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cleaning studio display?


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anyone know the best way to clean the studio display. I want to make sure I don't smear it or anything. Thanks in advance
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When I had an IBM Thinkpad, they recommended a solution of 50% rubbing alcohol and 50% water using a special cleaning cloth. My display came with a special cloth, but you can also buy them at computer stores.

I have used this method for every LCD and Laptop I have owned, including my cinema display, and used carefully it has never caused any damage whatsoever.
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I really like the mico-fiber clothes. Sometimes, they do such a good job that you don't need cleaning solution.
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