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Cyber Warrior

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I use a microfiber cloth and sometimes a spray liquid made for cleaning LCD screens. Bestbuy sells a spray bottle specifically for phones/tablets also... its the same stuff. As long as it doesn't contain alcohol. Just make sure you don't use household cleaners like Windex. The chemicals will eat away at the special coating of the screen over time.
 

ScottAtlanta82

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I bought the screen protectors from VZW, and to clean that I usually just wipe it with my shirt...lol. Aside from that, I agree with everything Cyber Warrior said.
 

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I bought the screen protectors from VZW, and to clean that I usually just wipe it with my shirt...lol. Aside from that, I agree with everything Cyber Warrior said.

How much were the screen protectors from Verizon?

Do they come as a solo pack or is it a pack of 3 like many cell phones?

also do they have regular AND anti-glare?

Thanks.
 

Chris Kerrigan

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I use a microfiber cloth and sometimes a spray liquid made for cleaning LCD screens. Bestbuy sells a spray bottle specifically for phones/tablets also... its the same stuff. As long as it doesn't contain alcohol. Just make sure you don't use household cleaners like Windex. The chemicals will eat away at the special coating of the screen over time.

I made the fatal mistake of using Windex on a phone a while back. Trust me, you don't wanna learn the hard way lol.
 

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I'm waiting for Zagg. Right now I'm using this super soft cloth that I got from otterbox. No need for a spray. Isn't the xoom glass gorilla glass?
 

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The absolute best solution in my opinion is, NOT a microfiber cloth.

LCD approved type lens cleaner along with a coffee filter. Coffee filters have a little bit of "grab" to them and they are lint free. They work great on almost everything.

I have noticed that microfiber cloths pick up some of the oils/grease that our fingers leave behind but not all, it just smears the rest.
 

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