Re: Fingerprints

Subject: Re: Fingerprints
From: "Ed Wurster" <eawurster -at- hotmail -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 20:09:26 -0400

Dick Margulis wrote:
> 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.

Consumer Reports Glass Cleaner
1/4 cup sudsy ammonia (2 oz.)
1/2 pt. rubbing alcohol (8 oz.)
1/2 tsp. dish detergent
cold water (enough to fill 64 fl. oz. container - let it run a while, or
better yet, filter it)

NEVER use paper products to wipe a lens, monitor or surface that can
scratch. This includes lcd displays.

Paper products usually contain traces of recycled material. This includes
many things you don't want to hear about.

Use a new 100% cotton rag or similar cloth. This is what old tees are good
for, but wash them a few times. Or you can get lens cleaning sheets in large



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