[rescue] Dual headed U10
dgy at DakotaCom.Net
Wed Aug 16 18:47:22 CDT 2006
> On 8/16/06, Don Y <dgy at dakotacom.net> wrote:
>> BTW, on a related issue, I've noticed that the screens
>> on Sony monitors are harder to clean than other monitors.
>> <grrr> "Harder" is a bad choice of words. :-(
>> They seem as if they have a *film* on them that *behaves*
>> as if it was oily (it isn't but that's what it seems
>> to look like while cleaning).
>> Is there a recommended practice for cleaning them that
>> differs from "typical" CRT's? Or, am I imagining this? :>
> I believe this is an anti-reflection and/or polarization coating.
> I've found that alcohol-based cleaners work better on it than anything
> else. Using a non-woven, low-lint cloth to dry it after applying the
> cleaner works best.
Thanks, I'll try that. I typically use (virgin) newsprint for drying
*glass* (though, thankfully, have not risked scratching any
coatings on the CRTs with tht approach)
> We used to have these two-pack (wet/dry) cleaner wipes at a couple of
> places I've worked that were best for cleaning them.
> One of my friends keeps a post-it not on his monitor's bezel--"DO NOT
> TOUCH SCREEN WITH FINGERS"--'cause he hates fingerprints on his
> monitor so much.
Yes. In my case, the need to clean arises from airborn dust
(during swamp cooler season) *or* having to transport/move the
monitor for some reason -- at which time the glass always
ends up leaning on my chest -- which invariably leaves
smudges *someplace* :-(
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