My proposed remedy for the inevitable finger-print grease smudges that cover the iPad screen, announcing; THE DOMESTIC LATEX GLOVE!!! As silly as this may sound, it really does work. If you are as annoyed as I am by those greasy finger smudges on the iPad screen, there is a simple and effective solution that involves the use of a domestic latex glove, (the sort you may use for basic household applications) and a pair of scissors. Simply cut off one of the latex fingers (preferably after you have removed your hand from the glove, if it happened to have been there in the first place), and slide it onto your index finger, or whichever finger you may be using to interact with your iPad. You may then proceed to move your latex covered finger about on your screen and behold..... NO SMUDGES! The screen responds perfectly. You will hardly notice the difference between this and the naked finger, it really works! If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
Any similarities between this proposed method and other methods involving rubber protection and/or covering of bodily parts that may protrude and cause grease smudges are entirely coincidental.