How do you clean the touch screen of a mobile phone, iPhone or iPod?
It really depends. For me, I usually wet a cloth and squeeze it real dry. Then a gentle wipe is done and let the phone to dry. It works well especially when removing stains and fingerprints. Another way is wiping on a soft material cloth. However, make sure the cloth is really smooth or you might ended up scratching it badly.
You will get a dedicated cleaner for cleaning the touch screen of a mobile phone, ipad or iPhone. All you need is that very cleaner and you can clean your phone's touchscreen very easily. Moreover, you can also use a soft and dry piece of cloth to clean the screen. A Laptop screen cleaner will also help your use.
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