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[filmscanners] Re: Cleaning your monitor...



Ah, that explains it.  No cat! And certainly none with a cold or
allergies ;-)

I find the dust comes off with a dry clean soft rag (or even one of
those fake feather dusters), I I slap my clients hands if they even make
a gesture toward my CRT ;-)

I have been known to eat an orange near my monitor, and spray it with
OJ. ( usually clean that right away, with a mildly damp rag.

And this may be weird, but my monitor doesn't seem to create a static
field (might be the humidity level here).

Art

DaleH wrote:

>>
>>Other than people who are using a suction calibration puck, can someone
>>explain to me what they are doing to their monitors to make them so
>>dirty that they require regular cleaning?  Mine seems to be fine.  I
>>might clean it once every 6 months to a year.
>>
>
> Dust, mainly
> Greasy client finger prints
> Cat sneeze
>
> I have found that cleaning a COLD screen minimizes the streaking and
> makes it easier to see what needs cleaning. Distilled water in a
> spray bottle and old t-shirts do the job for me.
>
> DaleH
>
>


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