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When colleagues--well, _some_ colleagues--discuss a document that is
displayed on my monitor, they have the habit of pointing to stuff by
sticking their greasy fingers on the glass. These marks bother me more
than my own fingerprints on my eyeglasses. Not sure why, they just do.
Probably has something to do with focal length.
In any case, I'm not asking how to discourage them from doing this. I
can handle that part. (Low growling noises seem to get the point
across.) I'm only asking if anyone has a favorite cleaning regime after
the fact. I tend to use the freebie promotional cleaners of various
types that I find around, but once those are used up, what's an
economical product to have on hand in the office for this use? Do you
just use a spray glass cleaner? What kind of wipe do you use? Etc.
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