cleaning navigation touch screensnavigation touch sceens
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Posted 26 April 2011 - 06:48 PM
Just wondering what methods the pros are using to clean touch screens for car navigation systems.
I recently had one of my detailing customers tell me they were given a special cloth that's only to be used to clean the touch screen.
Thanks in advance.
Welcome back to the forum Frank! Glad you came back.
I've had multiple touch screen computers over the last 7 years and what I like using is a plain damp microfiber with a shot of APC (to the towel) to 1st clean it. Then, follow up with a basic wax/sealant to provide some slickness and you're set. Seems like the slicker the surface, the less fingerprinting returns.
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