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    Tried a search but came up empty handed. What do you guys use to clean your TFT screens? I have heard that there is some kind of coating on the screens that will come off if you use a certain kind of cleaner and I dont want to screw mine up.

    ???
    Thanks
    DigitalDub
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    Believe it or not, the best thing to use it Scotch tape! Just take a piece or two and stick it to the lcd. Lift it up and it should take all the oils and fuzz and everything else with it.
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    • #3
      hrmmm...never thought of that! Thanks for the input!
      DigitalDub
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      • #4
        I use this stuff from monster cable that I bought at circut city
        It is for plasma screens and laptop lcd!

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        • #5
          My screen is under plexiglass, so i dont have to worry about that anymore but you can find lcd cleaners in any computer (bestbuy. etc) store.
          -Nick

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          • #6
            Yeah guys, mp3dub is right... when planning out your setup, PLEASE, use a plexiglass LCD cover. You'll save yourself SO much trouble that way. Having the LCD exposed is just asking to get it broken or spilled on.

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            • #7
              dont forget poked "Hey, is this a touch screen?" poke poke poke "No."
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