Cleaning touch

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  1. FORDYUK

    FORDYUK New Member

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    So basically my ipod is no longer shiny and clean compared to just a week ago.

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    Of course this is expected, what is the best way of cleaning the screen? and the back to have it looking good as new again?

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    Thanks
  2. imranh101

    imranh101 Active Member

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    Windex or Glasses cleaner
    and a microfiber cleaning cloth if possible, or napkin is ok
    Not too much liquid, one or two sprays for each side of the device, and dont spray on button / in jacks.
    Then, circular motion with one/two fingers in the cloth, across the whole surface.
    repeat as needed.
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    wyndwarrior Active Member

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    Get a kleenex, wipe it a couple times. Works everytime.
  4. J-rad

    J-rad New Member

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    look..it doesnt matter how clean you get it....or at least for me it doesn't cause its covered in fingerprints and stuff 5 minutes later anyway

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  5. FORDYUK

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    True, but i have a big time OCD when it comes to keeping my electrical devices clean. Think i'll get a cover and screen protector because i cant bare seeing it grubbed up with fingerprints, especially on the chrome back, looks awful.

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    lol worried about fingerprints on a touchscreen. I normally just use toilet paper and go in a circular motion when cleaning my psp. hope it helps
  7. Ouchy_S

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    Might I recommend an InvisibleShield, or BodyGuardz for the screen protector? I have the I.S. on now, and I don't get any Finger Prints on it, and it protects it from scratches as well.
    But yeah, if not, Mico-Fibre cloths are your best bet, unless you want to buy expensive products.
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    Micro-Fiber clothes are awesome and work as well (sometimes better) than expensive crap.
  9. iPod-eee

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    I sometimes just use glasses cleaning spray and wipe in a circular movion with soft toilet paper.

    DO NOT BE TEMPTED TO USE STUFF THAT ISNT FOR GLASS OR ELECTRONICS!
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    I'm pretty sure that is the worst way to do it, when using cleaners. You're supposed to do it in one direction from memory, not in a circle motion...

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