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Well hello once more!<br />
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Okay. I have a 21 inch BenQ LCD. And thanks to the stupid butt touchers at best buy, it is now ruined. I bought some wipes they told me were good to clean off LCD's. Now I have scratches and blotches everywhere.<br />
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What is the ultimate best product to clean blotches and smudges and dust off an LCD?<br />
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Hmm that's strange. Well, what i do is just get a paper towel, wet it, squeeze it tight, then wipe. That's it.
 
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Cold water and a soft and clean cloth usually does the trick.
 
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really? well i'll be a chinese laborer farming gold for WOW
 

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Simple water should be enough, unless you have oil stains and cat scratches on the thing<img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" /> . I once used Windex on an old LCD and it worked rather well, but I think I "damaged" it because it seemed a bit dimmer after a while (the screen that is).
 

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I will give the cold water a shot tommorow.<br />
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Thanks fellas. I gave you guys REP
 

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baby wipes are teh best. nothing else is better. babywipes ftw!
 

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I use acetone or alcohol to clean my LCD, don't know if you got it or not
 

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paper towel + water to clean it<br />
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and i also unplug the moniter before i begin and give it a good 8 hrs to dry
 

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I like to use some brillo pads with a little bit of acetone....<br />
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SIKE! *Please dont do that!*<br />
Just use a damp, soft, clean rag/papertowel and wipe softly untill its nice and clean. Then dont evey touch the screen so you rarely have to clean it.
 

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Whatever you do put the Liquid on the Cloth/Paper and not directly to the screen. 90% Alchohol works best. Windex and other cleaning stuff has too many chemicals for my taste. That or just plain water works well and best if it's just biologicals (snot, fingerprints, chunks of food you blew when you first visited tubgirl or goatse)
 
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