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** The Kindle 2 manual does NOT suggest using anything other than a clean (non abrasive) cloth. I do not recommend spraying any liquid directly on the Kindle/screen - maybe spray on the cleaning cloth.
Mostly just an eyeglass cloth, they are very soft and get most everything off even smudges. If I have something more stubborn then I use a soft microfiber cloth slightly damp. Then follow up with the eyeglass cloth.
It stays pretty clean for some reason, besides the random fuzz and cat hair
I've been using a cloth that my boyfriend gave me to use on my computer monitors and LCD tv screen. I just lightly run the cloth over it. I dont press down or rub the screen with any pressure. I just gently wipe the screen off with the cloth.
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