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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantFloorwalker
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What product do you use to clean your screens?  Is there a specific manufacturer that's better than others?  Or, is it cheaper to use a home-made kit?

I've always thought the right cloth and fluid would be good.  But, I'm not sure what to use.
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finger prints and buttered palms??    or just plain house dust?
In the 60's, People took Acid to make the world Weird. Now the World is weird and People take Prozac to make it Normal.

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For the screen I use tableware detergent and warm water (because the mixture has the advantage of leaving no ugly stripes, other than the normal glass-cleaners), moisten a soft sponge and dry the surface with a soft cotton cloth.
It all seems so stupid, it makes me want to give up!
But why should I give up, when it all seems so stupid?


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I use a soft, usually dry, microfiber cloth to get rid of dust and fingerprints. I never use detergents, only water if needed.
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remember this from three years ago...... ????
In the 60's, People took Acid to make the world Weird. Now the World is weird and People take Prozac to make it Normal.

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finger prints and buttered palms??    or just plain house dust?


Just plain house dust.

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remember this from three years ago...... ????


Yup.  I remember that horror story.  Good reason not to have kids. 
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and to this day my Sony  has not given me any problems /  still the same lamp  and no black shadows .. Just an excellant excellant HD 1080 I  Picture ..

 
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