#2
I use a microfiber cloth I have lying around on mine, but I don't think you really need to use anything special. Just don't use something that'll rip apart or leave more crap on your screen (tissue paper).
#4
any soft towel will work. Try a sunglasses cleaning cloth/case (the cloth cases) or a guitar cleaning cloth, if it doesnt have dangerous polish chemicals on it. I prefer a towel that doesnt "shed lint" so thers no cleaning the screen after cleaning it - that means i dont use a tissue or something like that.


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#5
On a laptop screen, I wouldn't use anything other than a microfiber cloth... seriously.
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#6
tissue paper works well, if you have any of that cloth that is for cleaning off cds you could probably get away with that. A really soft, clean, cotton shirt would also work. I'm sure you could invest in special cleaning wares if you wanted to, just look around online.
#9
tissue paper works well


nah, tissue paper is terrible. It just sheds tons of particles that just get everywhere.
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