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I've tried the moist towelettes made specifically to clean
monitors and hated them! Streaky as all get out! Gimme plain
ol' Windex any day. Just remember to spray it onto the
paper towel and then wipe the monitor screen -- don't spray
directly on the screen thinking you'll be quick enough to
catch all the drips. ;-)
And Bonnie -- rubbing alcohol will disolve ballpoint ink -
even if you get it on your clothes.
> Dick asked:
> > ...
> >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.
And Bonnie piped in with:
> Something that removes ballpoint INK, that's what! (Grrrr is right.)
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