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    So with my iphone, I used a dab of Pledge Multi-Surface Clean wood, glass, electronics and more - PledgeŽ Multi Surface Spray & Wipes on a paper towel, worked like a champ. But since the Pre has a plastic cover, I am wondering if I can still use this method. It lists Plastics:

    Electronics & Plastic
    Excels on Electronics! Now you can dust your appliances

    Has anyone tried something that works for them?

    Thanks!
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    I don't use any cleaner, just a cloth (for now at least).

    Most LCD manufacturers suggest a solution of 50% distilled water / 50% isopropyl alcohol.
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    Monster Screen Clean. Works the best, in my opinion.
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    I usually just polish it with my shirt sleeve. No scratches, yet.
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    I use the sleeve that came with the phone. Works well!

    -n8
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    I used the soft case that came with it, that thing is magic!
    I tried using my shirt as I used to with my old phone, but all it did was smudge everything around. The soft case is the way to go.

    Anyone know if you can wash it with your laundry?
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    I'm gonna have to try the soft case method - I've been using my shirt, and its not the best way to get it done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KnightZero77 View Post
    I'm gonna have to try the soft case method - I've been using my shirt, and its not the best way to get it done.
    I think the case was purposefully built to also be used as a cleaner
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    Soft case FTW
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    Zagg microfiber cloth.
    Phone: 700p > Pre
    PMP: Archos 605 (30GB) and iPod Touch (16GB)
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    3M Glass cleaning cloth, Microfiber, or the pouch that came with it.

    No liquids..
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    Thanks for the tips! I got some microfiber cloths, will give it a try. Was worried to wipe it dry in case some small debris would cause scratches. I'll make sure to light brush the screen first.
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    All you need is rubbing alcohol, %90 + Isopropyl
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    Wow.. I've been using my shirt...
    ETUTREO300
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    Quote Originally Posted by nsxla View Post
    All you need is rubbing alcohol, %90 + Isopropyl
    Actually 90% is way too strong and abrasive. Like I said, most LCD manufacturers recommend no more than 50% isopropyl alcohol.
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    Oh really?! haha I've been using %91 Isopropyl it works wonders, don't know where you heard that.
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    sunglass hut microfiber cloth and spray (spray on cloth - not phone)

    Sunglass Hut: Special Offer
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    Alcohol can dissolve plastics over time.

    And there might not be any harm in it, but manufacturers of the screens mostly recommend 50/50, so that's what I'd go with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhoff80 View Post
    Alcohol can dissolve plastics over time.

    And there might not be any harm in it, but manufacturers of the screens mostly recommend 50/50, so that's what I'd go with.
    i wouldn't use any alcohol at all. a little tiny bit of clean water on a clean microfiber cloth is all you need. no need for alcohol!
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    any idea if you can scratch the screen when you use your finger too much? how easy is it to leave a scratch on the screen?
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