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iPad cleaning

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by saragurl, Oct 27, 2011.

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    Just bought myself a new iPad 2. Was wondering how to clean the screen ???
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    Just a few "puffs" of your own breath and a soft cloth do the trick. I would never use any chemicals or anything like that. It will ruin the coatings on the screen.
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    I just use a damp cloth followed by a polish with a dry one, works for me
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    Plush microfiber slightly damp with distilled water.

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