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MacBook Pro - cleaning my MPB screen


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hi, i am using macbook pro 15" glossy screen...i want to ask what is best if i want to clean my screen...because i heard that cleaning glossy screen and matte screen is different...don't want to risk damage the screen..thx thx
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Did you read the little booklet that came with your computer? I believe it says in there. At least mine did.
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there has to be over 10 threads about this now


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A clean microfiber towel, ever so slightly damp with some water will clean it just fine.
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