Query failed: connection to localhost:9312 failed (errno=111, msg=Connection refused). Powerbook Screen - General Discussion Discussions on AppleInsider Forums Toggle navigation All Forums Recent Posts Sign In Powerbook Screen buzzardsbay Posted: February 6, 2003 3:16PM in General Discussion edited January 2014 I was wondering what the best way to clean the screen on my powerbook is. Be kind, I'm new to this whole mac world.Cheers, Dan Comments Reply 1 of 6 ericj551 Posts: 89member February 6, 2003 3:26PM Black paint is an excellent screen cleaner!Seriously though, if it just has a couple smudges, you can use the cloth that came with it (I assume it came with the same cloth my FS iMac came with). Reply 2 of 6 buzzardsbay Posts: 153member February 6, 2003 3:44PM I dont think it came with any cloth.Would oakley lense cleaning cloth work, its very soft.Cheers, Dan Reply 3 of 6 roduk Posts: 706member February 6, 2003 4:04PM <a href="http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=60446&SaveKCWindowURL=http:% 2F%2Fkbase.info.apple.com%2Fcgi-bin%2FWebObjects%2Fkbase.woa%2Fwa%2FSaveKCToHomePa ge&searchMode=Assisted&kbhost=kbase.info.apple.com &showButton=false&randomValue=100&showSurvey=false &sessionID=anonymous%7C163766625" target="_blank">AppleCare Document</a> Reply 4 of 6 splinemodel Posts: 7,311member February 6, 2003 4:14PM Use a rag with some soapy water. Reply 5 of 6 stunned Posts: 1,096member February 6, 2003 7:44PM Go to some hardware or computer shops and get a bottle of optical glass filter cleaner. And use a good cloth to wipe ypur screen. It works very well. Reply 6 of 6 paul Posts: 5,278member February 6, 2003 8:11PM [quote]Originally posted by Splinemodel:<strong>Use a rag with some soapy water.</strong><hr></blockquote>NO SOAP! Sign In or Register to comment.