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I have some spots on it, not sure where they came from. But I need to clean it with more regularity. Suggestions all welcomed.

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How To Clean an LCD Panel
AppleCare Knowledge Base Article ID: 60446

To clean the LCD:
1. Turn off the computer or display. You may need to turn off the computer in order to turn off some Apple displays.
2. Dampen a clean, soft, lint-free cloth or paper with water only.
3. Wipe the screen. Do not spray liquid directly on the screen.
Myself: I use a slightly dampened (water) cloth that one would polish eyeglasses with. Works perfectly.
 

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I use "Kleer Screen" on my Powerbook screen, Newton screen, Pro mouse, Cube and 'Clear Rear" Studio Display. It comes with some optical grade lint free cloths and it's simply the best.

Last time I picked some up, I was in Toronto at iPoint Computing. (Don't know what happened to them, their website's gone).

John

PS: Don't use 'Windex' or the like, it'll damage the plastics.
 

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I use Optico Lens Cleaning wipes found at Costco $7.95 per box of 100.

Mild alcohol base, fast evaporating, anti-static streak-free for glass and plastic lenses. Removes oil, grease, lint. Warning suggests to remove all abrasive material from surface before cleaning. I "dust" with flannel cloth first to remove dirt, grit, etc. Then use wipes.

Works for me. Your results may vary.
 

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Lick it?

I licked a toad once. There were many sparklies.

Oh god... Too many halls...
 
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