Laptops list Before and After Filmar Phil Biundo2021-02-28T15:12:23-05:00
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I would caution against spraying cleaner directly onto displays for cleaning. Better to spray onto the soft cloth used in the cleaning process. Otherwise, one risks exposing the electronics beneath the lower bezel to the wetness of the cleaner. I had a customer lose an expensive Apple display to this method.
John, you are right! The tech was nervous knowing that I was going to post this publicly. I hope you enjoyed the video. Let me know if you have any further questions.
whats the name of the spray you used to clean the screen?