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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by Isaac Newton, Apr 11, 2010.
Nice banner kronic
Thank you Sir Issac
I just rub it across my shirt. seriously, I've had an iPhone for 3 years and always just wiped it across my shirt too without any issues. These glass screens are very scratch resistant.
I use the microfiber cloth that came with my iPhone. Works perfectly. No need for liquids.
I don't have an iPad yet and I'm curious. Does one have to press that hard on the touch screen as to leave finger prints?
Because of my work I have to wash my hands often so I rarely have to worry about fingerprints. Wasn't the iPad supposed to have a special finish on the screen to prevent oil smears?
I bought 36 large micro fiber for only $19 from Amazon.com PRIME which meant I got the free two day shipping too.
I have seen 3 micro fiber for $10 at Office Depot.
I keep those very worn out T shirts for cleaning the smudges, they been washed so many times they are lint free. Just cut them up in nice neat squares and nobody will know you're a cheapo.
I use my tongue. A tip I picked up from good ol Dave.
It's actually not pressure caused...just contact based. Imagine rubbing your finger tips very softly against the lens of your glasses...a film of oil (all be it natural) will leave a haze on the smooth glass surface.
The same thing occurs with the iPad. Not a design flaw, just the politics of dancing I guess
i use a regular sized mircofiber cleaning cloth for keeping the screen clean ..just a few pass with it before i use it and a few pass with it after iam done and it ready to be put into the stowage case for travel ..