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    Best Way To Clean Your Screen

    I've realized that the GSG screen can get dirty and all messy. I know there are screen protectors and all that. I wanted to know from you guys personal experience which way is the best way to clean your SGS screen??

    I've realized that those silky little whipes that u get aren't very effective.

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    I don't use screen protectors. As far as cleaning my screen goes, I find breathing on the screen and giving it a good rub on my shirt sleeve or anything else that's handy does the trick. Now this method probably wont suit most people but it suits me fine.

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    I find that using a cloth for sweeping glasses does a perfect job.

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    As the screen is glass you can use a squirt of window cleaner on a cloth but don't wet through cloth but a lot
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    You can buy a proper microfibre cloth from any good optician for about £4. Or in the computer shop you can get one twice the size for the same price for LED screens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banjaxed View Post
    I don't use screen protectors. As far as cleaning my screen goes, I find breathing on the screen and giving it a good rub on my shirt sleeve or anything else that's handy does the trick. Now this method probably wont suit most people but it suits me fine.
    Suits me, its exactly what I end up doing most of them time. No screen protectors either...
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    thanks for the suggestions guys.

    I like the ideas. I think I'm going to try the window cleaner method and see how that goes. I might also buy one of those higher quality microfibre cloths as well.

    cheers

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    If you've got a screen protector on lcd tv screen cleaner works well
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