Tech help for the PC
By Andrew

Where I volunteer somebody would like to clean the screen of their windows laptop, I use a fellowes £15 or £30 product which was recommended on here, but was wondering if you could recommend a cheaper product that won't damage the screen.

Thank you if you can help

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By loughor
A slightly damp microfibre cloth is probably best. I've used that on my MacBook Pro and other screens. Maplin used to do stuff if you really want chemicals/solvents.
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By Wooster
IIRC most cleaners are just a mix of Isopropyl Alcohol (5%) and distilled water.

Going by Amazon prices, you could make it at a cost of about £1 per litre. :)
By Andrew
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