Cleaning Baby's face

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by chisaki, Oct 11, 2010.

  1. iceman

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    I use a terry cloth towel. I run a corner of the towel under the sink and wipe my iPad. Then I use the dry part of the towel to wipe off the water. Then I roll up the towel and use it for a stand to lean the iPad against so that I can read email and the news while eating breakfast.

    Been doing this since I bought my ipad 5 months ago and the screen is fine.
     
  2. hookbill

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    Crap, I thought it was a glass screen. I've been using a paper towel with Windex!!!....I'll use the cloth for my HDTV from now on.
     
  3. SweetPoison

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    I use that cloth too. This is a glass screen, isn't it?
     
  4. tzimisce

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    I already have a screen protector to begin with, so I just use a wet-wipe to clean that.
     
  5. RussW

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    I think it's a polycarbonate. If you look at the screen an an oblique angle to the light you can see some surface texture that you don't see on glass. Polycarbonate is much harder than Acrylic so it would be a better choice for durability; but it's not 100% scratch-proof so keep that display clean and your fingernails trimmed!
     
  6. chisaki

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    I think it is glass, but it has a coating that can be damaged by improper cleaning.
     

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