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  • I have to admit this laptop is in need of a good clean!!! LOL
  • I always like to keep my 25"inch DELL screen nice,clean,as i take good care of my stuff.)
  • my 19" dell monitor is as clear as crystal!!!
  • I must confess... mine is not dusty, but neither very clean.
  • Spotless!
  • Hmm, ahh.. so that's why the picture is so blurred, it has an inch of dust on it. xD I think I should throw it in washingmachine someday... nah, too lazy. :)
  • I cleaned it yesterday afternoon.
  • its spotless - i have wipes at hand - cant stand dusty dirty screens :(
  • As spotless as my keypad...(neat freak)
  • I just gave it a good clean this morning
  • even though i have a glossy screen (which picks up fingerprints extremely easily) its still perfectly clean, not a single mark.
  • As clean as clean can get.
  • as clean as my cake! - but cleaner than my kitchen - after a day baking etc!
  • Not so clean, i wiped it clean and found i have two specs that won't go away. Figure its behind the screen.
  • It's pretty nasty. I must clean it now.
  • 1. Create a gentle cleaning solution. The ideal solution is plain distilled water. If more heavy cleaning is needed a 50/50 mix of white vinegar and distilled water can also be effective. * Manufacturers no longer recommend using any cleaners with alcohol, ammonia or any strong solvents on LCD screens. See link to Dual Wet/Dry cleaning System in Sources and Citations below. 2. Put the solution in a small atomizer bottle, the type that you push from the top to get a fine mist. Don't use this, however, to spray on the screen itself. 3. Apply--a minimal amount of--the solution to a cotton cloth, such as an old T-shirt, lint-free microfiber cloth, or some other very soft cloth. A large cloth is best, since it will help to reduce the risk of leaving streaks across the screen from finger pressure. Do not make the cloth wet, only moist. A wet cloth can drip or run when cleaning the screen and the solution can weep behind the bezel and permanently damage your screen! 4. Wipe the cloth against the screen in a circular, or other consistent motion. Rapid circular movements generally eliminate streaks. Apply--a gentle--and even pressure to the cloth. Use only enough pressure to keep the cloth in contact with the screen. Take care not to press your fingers into the cloth or screen. Applying too much force when cleaning the screen can permanently damage the LCD matrix rendering your screen unusable. Hopefully i helped you.
  • A tiny insect was on my screen. I pressed on it and killed the bug. Unfortunately it was under the screen and has left an annoying mark there forever. It was probably my dead wife, reincarnated.
  • I think its the cleanest you can get!

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