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    Anyone been brave enough to clean your Treo600 screen with anything other than a soft cloth and humidity in the air?

    I have some premoistened "cleaning cloths" and the container says they are safe for flat screen monitors but based on previous bad experiences, I have been reluctant to try it in fear that it may "cloud" or otherwise make the screen unreadable or damaged.

    I also cant tell if the screen is glass or a special plastic etc. and I guess that would make a difference which cleaning cloth and/or solution to use (no ammonia based product I imagine)

    Has anyone had a reason (other than dropping the Treo600) to take their device apart and see what the screen is actually made of or how thick it is etc?
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    I use a paper towel moistened with a little mix of water and windex.
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    I use a product called brillianize (#8) along with a soft cloth and than follow up with my can of compressed air to get the corners. It's great for plastics/mirrors etc. It won't scratch and also leaves a protective layer on the surface. A small bottle will last a very long time. So if you're intersted just buy a small bottle.

    http://brillianize.com/index.html
    Last edited by millerhifi; 05/09/2004 at 09:41 AM.
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    i have also used this product for many years.
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    Thanks guys.... I went to link millerhifi provided and found a dealer here in Houston and not too far from my office. I plan to get some tomorrow and try it out.

    I may try the watered down Windex too.... I was just worried about the ammonia content on the screen.

    Thanks again...!
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    Eventually you realize that the pig likes it."
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    unused microfiber cloth

    If you require liquid:

    C3H8O

    w/ anionic surfactants
    Last edited by ArcBody; 05/09/2004 at 09:25 PM.
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    ZEISS Lens Cleaner (Non-Destructive / Anti-Static)

    Primary ingredient: Isopropanol (hydrophilic - absorbs water)
    Ammonia-free
    Surfactants: removes oils, dust, schmutz.

    After cleaning, surface repells dust / leaves no residue.

    I recommend you spray it on a NEW / UNUSED MicroFiber Cloth

    Although this product is designed and endorsed for cleaning Zeiss optics,
    you will find it useful for the Treo Screen, Laptop LCD, etc.

    Sold in 3 oz Spray Bottle (will outlast your Treo - Less is More)

    Sells for under $5.00 / Google "Zeiss Lens Cleaner" for vendor of choice.
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    i just use my screen wipes does the job for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArcBody
    ZEISS Lens Cleaner (Non-Destructive / Anti-Static)

    Primary ingredient: Isopropanol (hydrophilic - absorbs water)
    Ammonia-free
    Surfactants: removes oils, dust, schmutz.

    After cleaning, surface repells dust / leaves no residue.

    I recommend you spray it on a NEW / UNUSED MicroFiber Cloth

    Although this product is designed and endorsed for cleaning Zeiss optics,
    you will find it useful for the Treo Screen, Laptop LCD, etc.

    Sold in 3 oz Spray Bottle (will outlast your Treo - Less is More)

    Sells for under $5.00 / Google "Zeiss Lens Cleaner" for vendor of choice.

    arcbody, thats uncanny. i too use the zeiss lens cleaner. i find it highly effective, since very little goes a long way. a while ago (post 13 or so, before TCenreal was attacked) i posted that. I had figured nobody else had used it, i am wrong.
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    Helo Darqness - was wondering what happend to you.

    OT: They'll never know if they don't try it. C3H8O w/ anionic surfactants

    OBTW: I really love the F1 Program - Thanks

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