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The other day i was eating an orange infront of my mac book...
anyway to cut the story short i got orange juice over the screen
I instantly cleaned it off, but there is still a hint of it remaining and finger print marks all over the screen.

What should i use to clean my screen?

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for the screen, everyone is going to recommend iklear or something to that effect..in a pinch you can just a slightly damp (keyword DAMP) clothe with some watered down soap and go over and dry it with another cloth. should remove the marks from the screen
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That would work, but I would definitely recommend using some kind of microfiber cloth to make sure you don't make little scratches while trying to clean it.

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