Cleaning tip

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    OK, for those that may not be aware I'm posting this because I get a lot of reactions when I'm cleaning my glasses. I first discovered it as a recommendation for the wind shield of my motorcycle and helmet visor also. I've been using for my iPhone and now iPad and many other things also. OK I'll tell you...! It's Pledge, yeap, its really good for cleaning almost anything, they market it in different ways but I'm thinking it's all the same. So if you have a can around the house give it a try even it says it's for furniture, I think you'll like the results.
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    Not that I don't trust you but that scares the crap out of me.:eek:
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    i'd rather use the cyberclean. just to be safe.
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    Are you serious right now?
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    People at ghost Armor use dish soap and water mixture lol

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    I have a show car and it's a old show car tip for a fast detail on show day.they. Now have stuff instead of pledge but pledge works good
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    I use pledge on my motorbike fairings,it brings up a brilliant show room Finnish(silicon) ..pledge is widely used by biker,s.
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    Oh! Cool! Well then ~ Pledge it is guys.

    Not sure if I would use it on my ipad though.;)
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    What I have used on my iPad is my LCD tv spay and cloth, spray a little on the cloth, clean and then rub over with the anti-static cloth
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    I use nothing but a soft cloth that comes with my sunglasses.
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    Apple's advice of how to clean the screen:
    Don’t use window cleaners, household cleaners, aerosol sprays, solvents, alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives to clean iPad. iPad has an oleophobic coating on the screen; simply wipe iPad’s screen with a soft, lint-free cloth to remove oil left by your hands.
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    I am so smart.;)
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    I use spectacle wipes/optiwipes they are slightly wet wipes in a sealed packet to get the grime off my iPad everyday and for just a normal wipedown I will use a micro fibre cloth

    Works a treat
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    I use a Brillo soad pad (kidding) :eek:

    Try Windex without ammonia. I also use when I detail the windshield on my truck.
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    So true. :p
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    Micro fibre cloth for me too, use them on all touch screen products, PC and Laptop, screens are always nice and clean with no use of chemicals which are not recommended after all!
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    I use the back of my sleeve haha
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    I buff mine with my reading glass cloth and if really dirty, a baby wet wipe that is used sparingly.

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    Men! I bet you do.:)
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    I've always been wary of doing the sleeve way especially if there are buttons on there but I'm afraid I have done this on occasion if I'm showing off and the screen has got fingerprints on.

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