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    What do you clean your Pre2 screen with?
    Specifically if it's oily from being by your hair....
    Would windex be bad for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuyFromNam View Post
    Something like this.

    Amazon.com: Glasses Cloth for Cleaning EyeGlasses, Lenses, Binoculars and MORE!: Sports & Outdoors

    Using the original Pre pouch would do the same I guess.

    Shampooing your hair more often might help as well...
    Thanks for your answer... problem is that it's really oily that glasses cloths are not working well. I feel I need to use some kind of liquid (carefully applied of course.... )

    Re: Shampooing.... I know, but I use a lot of hair product. It's not actually oil from dirty hair.. it's sheen, hairspray, and gel.....
    Last edited by garnetlove; 05/20/2011 at 10:42 AM. Reason: Added more details

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    I use eye glasses cleaner and cloth. Occasionally I follow with an application of carnuba wax to help with fingerprint resistance.
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    I started using zagg foam with a microfiber cloth. It works well, I prefer that to the rubbing alcohol & tissue I was using before. You can check it out at Zagg.com

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    Dry-wiping it on my jeans, or my T-shirt, works wonders for me. Off course my hand(s) need a rinse/wipe now and then too ...
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    I use a glass cloth. I don't use any liquids.
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    moist glass cleaners . Enough for 2 glasses or 1 pair plus pre 2. Looks like something you got from KFC.
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    Come on. It's gorilla glass. You can use just about anything, but you don't need to use any special cleaners. Windex would be fine. Personally, I just wipe it on my towel in the morning or on my shirt during the day.
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    I usually do not like to use any solvent. A good Micro-Fiber cloth should do fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrkalel View Post
    I usually do not like to use any solvent. A good Micro-Fiber cloth should do fine.
    I agree...no liquids for me, just dry rub
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    I'm in agreement with some of the other posts here - a microfiber cloth gets rid of everything from the screen (and from sunglasses) with no liquid required. If you really want to try some liquid, a standard screen cleaner spray should be good, especially with the glass screen.
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    I use the cloth and spray that I got for free with my glasses.
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    also, I just installed the phantom skinz screen protector and have not had to clean it since. No oil shows up from hands.
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    IPA. It's perfectly safe for electronics. Dries instantly (automatically at room temp). If you're good and fast, it doesn't leave any streaks at all.
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    a good lick and then rub down on my t-shirt !
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    Microfiber cloth.
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    a good lick and then rub down on my t-shirt !
    Must admit I've also "tasted" it once now and then. 8o)
    Not sure if the minus or 2 tastes different though. Perhaps the plastic is more tasty than the smoother(?) Gorillaglass.

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