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Hello,

What can I use the clean the aluminum case on my powerbook and the screen? My toddler got their hands on the screen and now there are fingerprints all over.

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Hello,

What can I use the clean the aluminum case on my powerbook and the screen? My toddler got their hands on the screen and now there are fingerprints all over.

Thanks!
I have a powrebook as well and all I do is dust off the screen and then clean it with a damp paper towel. Works every time and it doesn't leave scratches. No cleaning solution, no nothing.
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http://www.wowworx.com/tips/cleanlcd.htm
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