: Whats best for cleaning the Nav screen?



dqw1
11-09-05, 12:34 PM
I'm scared to do anything except wipe of the screen with a dry cloth. That doesn't work well. Don't want to damage it. What works best and won't smear the finger prints already there?

drmustang
11-09-05, 12:48 PM
Computer monitor screen wipes work great for this and the visors on motorcycle helmets.

6104696
11-09-05, 01:29 PM
Computer monitor screen wipes work great for this and the visors on motorcycle helmets.


:yeah:
available from staples or office depot and the like

CTS-VETTE 550HP
11-09-05, 01:47 PM
haven't we already discuss this... oh well i'll say it again. i use the soft rag that came with my Oakley shades works great removing dust and finger prints without scratching that expensive nav unit.

lawfive
11-09-05, 02:30 PM
I used Bon Ami. Now everywhere I drive looks the same on my nav...

Caddy Man
11-09-05, 02:37 PM
just wet a paper towl a bit with a water and wipe, then dry any remaining water

6104696
11-09-05, 02:48 PM
I used Bon Ami. Now everywhere I drive looks the same on my nav...

You live in SoCal. Everywhere looks the same anyway.

(just give me a second to zip up my flame suit before your reply)

lawfive
11-09-05, 03:01 PM
You live in SoCal. Everywhere looks the same anyway.

(just give me a second to zip up my flame suit before your reply)

I can't disagree. When you've seen one part of Paradise, you've seen it all. :nyanya:

brtnharv
11-09-05, 03:10 PM
I bought a 3M electronics cloth from staples for $5. Works well, I also bought the Mirror Glaze Clear Plastic Polish and was rather disappointed with it. Did not repair the fine scratches on the screen. :crying:

DWK
11-09-05, 05:05 PM
I'm scared to do anything except wipe of the screen with a dry cloth. That doesn't work well. Don't want to damage it. What works best and won't smear the finger prints already there?

Windex works fine.... I've been usin it for two years on my nav with no issues.

David

ctsvett
11-09-05, 06:34 PM
I would be careful using windex.. It has ammonia in it which MAY break down the anit-reflective coating after some time (obviously not in two years, but who's to say what will happen at 5)....

Reed

jimbo1320
11-14-05, 10:02 PM
I use Novus plastic polish and a micro cloth on all clear plastic. Put the polish on the cloth, do not spay onto screen.

James