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i dunno if this is the right place for this subject but i have a macbook and i was wondering what i should/can use to clean the screen as well as if there is anyhting i should avoid.
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Try using the search function at the top right of this page. This topic has been answered countless times. Don't worry, I still make this mistake

I'll give you a quick answer, though. In the MacBook manual it says to wet a non-fiber cloth and gently wipe the screen.

Some people like to use fancy methods, but IMO they are unnecessary.

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oh geez please use the search
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i buy wipes that are much like baby wipes but they are for screens instead of baby behinds. dont use windex or anything like that.
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Thank You Falloza and chontos.

jack thanks for wasting a post just to say something not at all constructive. maybe you could get me a manual of things that have already been posted so that we are all aware of what has already been said, that way you dont get annoyed.
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yh i use standard screen wipes which you can get from any tech shop.

jack should be banned.
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oh geez please use the search
Jack, respect and politeness here are demanded at all times. If you can't post something in a polite, constructive way, then don't post.

OneFellSwoop, although his technique was bad, essentially what Jack said is correct. Using the search function first will get you loads of information on this particular question.

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no i understand what he is saying, i wasnt aware of the search function but i will definitely use that from now on first, i was just trying to make a point.
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