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I'm about to buy some Clarivue screen protectors and it's recommended I clean the screen before applying the protector. Would eye glass lens cleaner work? Or would that damage the screen?
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Whatever you do, don't spray anything on the screen. Spray the cloth (microfiber) and then wipe the screen.
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you can surely spray lens cleaner liquid on the screen but just need to ensure that nothing creeps on the sides.
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you can surely spray lens cleaner liquid on the screen but just need to ensure that nothing creeps on the sides.
You can surely drive your car without a seat belt, just need to ensure you don't get into a wreck.

There is no need to spray the screen. Spray the cloth instead.
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You can surely drive your car without a seat belt, just need to ensure you don't get into a wreck.

There is no need to spray the screen. Spray the cloth instead.
LOL.. well said !
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Thanks for the replies. I decided to just use luke warm water, it's seems like the safest bet.
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1 part isophrople (spelling) alcohol and 2 parts water. Dip cloth in solution, and clean screen.
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