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I have recently (bravely) become a lap top girl with a touch screen. It sits on my kitchen bench and it can get really grubby, just like the screen on the mobile. A bit of searching and I came up with an alternative to those little (plastic) bottles of clear liquid they will happily sell you at the electrical stores that will cost you cents to make.
You will need:
A clean micro fibre cloth (other cloths and paper can trap particles that may scratch your screen.)
White vinegar (not any other sort)
Distilled water (tap water contains chemicals that may harm your screen)
A clean, recycled spray bottle
Mix a brew of half /half vinegar and water and pour into the spray bottle.
Turn off and unplug your computer/phone/tablet.
Squirt a little of the mixture onto your cloth. It should be damp, not soaking.
Gently, with minimal pressure rub the damp cloth in small circles over the screen.
If you press too hard, you may damage your screen.
If the screen is very sticky, repeat using another part of the cloth.
When the screen is smear free, use the mixture to clean the case too.
I will be repeating the Clean Green workshop on September 4th.