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    How do I clean a laptop screen?

    What's good for getting crayon off a laptop screen? My daughter got ahold of it.
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    <whew> Nevermind, there's this stuff called Mr Clean Eraser... works<g>
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    Re: How do I clean a laptop screen?

    Originally posted by Sir Flannel
    What's good for getting crayon off a laptop screen? My daughter got ahold of it.
    Michael
    LOL . Pleased you got it off mate! You're lucky it was just a crayon - something like a biro could have done some nasty damage.
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    yea thats true.

    i just use a damp tissue to clean it then a dry one to dry it.
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