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Hey ,
I'm sure there's already a thread for this but, I was wondering what household cleaner can i use and NOT use on my screen?
I have a macbook pro with the matte screen.

Let me know plz!

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The documentation that came with the computer should tell you the best way to clean the computer.
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i wouldnt use any house hold cleaner. There are a few others like iKleer that will work.

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As was suggested Klear Screen - LCD & Plasma Screen Cleaner or a soft damp cloth (water).

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