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    Cleaning LCD Screens

    This has come up before but I thought there might be some new ideas. Any cost-effective solutions?

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    We use a 50/50 mix of isopropyl alcohol and distilled water.

    Apply using cotton wool pads, keep going until clean, then polish dry with a dry pad.

    You chemistry dept's suppliers catalogue will have the isopropyl and they'll probably have a still for distilling the water. We've been on the same bottle of isopropyl for about 3 years.

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    I just use a bit of Maxiclene when they look particularly grubby.

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    I use Vickis magic wipes that she mentioned on here the other week they clean anything and everything well
    Last edited by john; 13th February 2010 at 06:40 PM.

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    Foam cleaner seems to work for me. Not sure if it's supposed to be used on them, but it seems to do the job and leaves a smeer free finish.

    Mike.

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    We use a 50/50 mix of isopropyl alcohol and distilled water.
    That's a coincidence. I use a 50/50 mix of IPA and cider vinegar to clear my ears after swimming.

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    cleaner

    Kustom PCs PixelClean Deluxe Kit

    this stuff is the best i have had bought a bottle last year and its still not gone only need the smallest of amounts and does the job.

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    All of our LCDs are AG Neovo hard-fronted ones, so we just use a single squirt of Mr Muscle Window & Glass cleaner and a soft cloth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by webman View Post
    All of our LCDs are AG Neovo hard-fronted ones, so we just use a single squirt of Mr Muscle Window & Glass cleaner and a soft cloth.
    I'd heard a story, probably a myth, that a hard screen had shattered in a classroom and injured a pupil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserblazer View Post
    I'd heard a story, probably a myth, that a hard screen had shattered in a classroom and injured a pupil.
    I think there was a thread on here a while back with a shattered one - don't think anyone was injured thou.

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    KFC wipes, gives you a valid reason to eat bad every day.

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