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Hi,

I was wondering what you all use to clean your powerbook screens?

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Yep! that is what I use also. You can pick it up at any Apple Store...
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nope. on my imac g4 flat panel i use paper and water. it's what's suggested in the user manual...
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When you all use the iKleen solution -- do you use a regular paper towel?
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That product comes with dust free micro fiber cloths
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I have some super soft -- baby diaper type of towels that I use for my projection tv -- I think I will use those. Hard to believe that these towels could scratch much of anything.

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I read that if you take a soft towel, and spray a little bit of Windex on it, then use the moist area to clean the PowerBook screen, you will be just fine. It works for me.
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