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Old October 1, 2007, 06:12 PM
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i have a samsung 206bw. the best monitor i have ever had. cleaning is a bitch.

that ridiculous little blue cloth just doesnt cut it. just wait until you have a cold, then are eating peanut butter toast in front of the monitor.

bet you can guess what happened next. ssssnnneeeeeeeezzze!!!!!!!!

like i said the blue cloth doesnt work too well on used peanut butter. i used and continue to use windex and toilet paper. spray the windex onto the paper first of course.

monitor cleaners i have seen are nothing more than aclohol and water

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Old October 1, 2007, 07:59 PM
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I buy a new one when it gets too dirty.
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Old October 2, 2007, 06:35 PM
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ive been wondering what the best way to do this was.
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Old October 3, 2007, 02:54 PM
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you used windex on an lcd i know windex can sometimes take off the reflective or matte coating of your lcd, so i would pick up some lcd cleaner from future shop or best buy, it works wonders (i even used it to take glue off from a laptop sticker once).
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I use the cloth and cleaning solution I got with my Oakley glasses. It works great.
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spit + tissue works for me.
LOL...wtf? That's disgusting!...LOL.

I hope you were joking.

EDIT - I use a lint less cloth and water. Just damp not sopping wet. Common sense rules the day.

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Old November 5, 2007, 06:32 PM
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I got some monster Cleaner from best buy with a nice lith free cloth, works well on my LCD's CRT's and rear projection Tv.It's about 30$ for a nice 200ml bottle, can't argue,my dad bought it :D
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If it's just dust, Swiffer pads work great. Not so good for PB+snot, tho.
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