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Cleaning iPAd screen without a protector overlay.

odonnks

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What is the best way to clean the screen of a iPad that does not have a screen protector overlay?

My first unit had a protector applied at the time of purchase so I never got the "feel" of using one without a protector.
Now using a new iPad I really like the look and especially the feel of the touch action without a protector but.... What is the best way to clean it so as not to loose the feel of whatever is coating the screen.

It feels slipperier than a overlay and does not fingerprint much.

I don't want to apply something that will take that away.

Thank you !
 

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What is the best way to clean the screen of a iPad that does not have a screen protector overlay?

My first unit had a protector applied at the time of purchase so I never got the "feel" of using one without a protector.
Now using a new iPad I really like the look and especially the feel of the touch action without a protector but.... What is the best way to clean it so as not to loose the feel of whatever is coating the screen.

It feels slipperier than a overlay and does not fingerprint much.

I don't want to apply something that will take that away.

Thank you !
i use a spectacle cleaner(spray) on my devices,works really well.
 

thewitt

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Apple says nothing other than a soft, lint free cloth. No chemicals whatsoever.
 

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I use furniture polish and a new duster always used the same on my iPhone aswell, never affected either touch screen
 

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I've had good luck with a microfiber cloth. Maybe I'm overly cautious, but I blow on the screen first to blow off anything like a grain of sand that might scratch.
(I named my iPad "Titanic". It is syncing now)
 

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