02-25-09 02:12 PM
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  1. Zoomer3989's Avatar
    What have you guys done to clean your Storm? I'm trying to get rid of the smudges on my screen and the lint (on the back). I've used a dry cloth that came with the VZW Storm screen protectors, but I'm afraid to use alcohol wipes or anything else that might get under the screen and damage it. What would you guys suggest I do?
    12-17-08 05:07 PM
  2. TheFarmer's Avatar
    Micro fiber cloth.

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    12-17-08 05:10 PM
  3. Romple's Avatar
    Microfiber cloth or soft unlotioned tissues.
    12-17-08 05:10 PM
  4. Zoomer3989's Avatar
    Is there anything more substantial I could use?
    12-17-08 05:13 PM
  5. boravr6's Avatar
    i use alcohol wipe singles... start from the center and work my way out. then the microfiber cloth to wipe everything dry
    12-17-08 05:15 PM
  6. deckroid's Avatar
    The eye glass cleaner rag thingy that come with my glasses from Costco works freakin' wonders. Even helps keep the everyday grease to a minimum.

    Now that is just for the screen. I have had to use a lint free towel to clean wee chocolate (dang kids...) fingerprints off the backplate.
    12-17-08 05:17 PM
  7. kdechols's Avatar
    warm soapy water??
    12-17-08 05:21 PM
  8. Zoomer3989's Avatar
    Something that also won't destroy it.

    I'm trying to keep the same phone (bought 11/21/08), and while it works fairly well, it seems to get dirty quickly, (and I'm a neat freak compared to most people). I'll consider the alcohol wipes.

    Do any accessory groups or the Crackberry store sell cleaning kits for Blackberries?
    12-17-08 07:37 PM
  9. Accidental Post's Avatar
    Dishwasher on mild cycle works great with no heat for drying cycle....
    12-17-08 07:39 PM
  10. armedtank's Avatar
    I just take it with me in the shower.

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    12-17-08 07:45 PM
  11. bigdog44's Avatar
    I would not use alcohol or tissue as screen damage may happen. Tissue being wood fiber is a notorious screen scratcher. The best choice is micro fiber and glasses cleaner as "Deckroid" mentioned. Also the cleaning kits that are designed for an LCD work great if you have one.
    12-17-08 07:46 PM
  12. viajero78728's Avatar
    Spit, fingertip, and shirtsleeve.

    Not much point in getting a touchscreen perfectly clean since you're just going to cover it with fingerprints immediately after cleaning it.
    12-17-08 07:52 PM
  13. Accidental Post's Avatar
    I heard gasoline kicks **** as a cleaner any truth to this?
    12-17-08 07:55 PM
  14. DCoy82's Avatar
    I use soft a soft paper towel and 1/2 spray of windex on the paper towel. Then use a microfiber to wipe it dry.

    Has worked great for me so far with no issues.
    12-17-08 07:55 PM
  15. btspartan's Avatar
    toilet dunk works great
    12-17-08 07:59 PM
  16. Jaysus Cutler6's Avatar
    Avoid tissues and paper towels. They can leave those damn fibers everywhere, including the gaps in the screen. With all the talk of stuff actually getting under the layers in the LCD display, I'd avoid anything that sheds fibers like the plague.
    12-17-08 10:45 PM
  17. MuDvAyNe's Avatar
    toilet dunk works great
    I dropped my electric shaver in the toilet before! It still works though somehow, I bet my Storm would of died on the spot
    12-17-08 10:49 PM
  18. bottoj's Avatar
    My microfiber towel has put micro-scratches onto my screen, though, you can only see them when you hold my Storm at an angle to the light.
    12-17-08 10:52 PM
  19. Zoomer3989's Avatar
    Has anyone thought of any other ideas? I'm going to try the alcohol wipe + dry cloth, does anyone know of a good Blackberry, or touch-screen cleaning kit?

    Also, has anyone any ideas on cleaning the speaker grates of lint/dust?
    12-30-08 07:45 PM
  20. asmallchild's Avatar
    I turn off the phone (or lock it), and run my finger across the screen.

    It pains me as a renowned neat freak.

    But at the same time, it's a touch screen phone. It's not going to be absolutely pristine.
    12-30-08 07:52 PM
  21. toylvr's Avatar
    I prefer something natural. About once a week I use Clorox Anywhere hard surface spray on a paper towel. Supposed to be safe enough for my kids to eat off of so shouldn't be damaging to the phone. And then a micro-fiber to polish it. You could also always use a solution of vinegar and water (one of the best natural cleaners), but then you would be going around smelling like a ****** bag.

    Wow, ****** is actually in the banned word list?
    12-30-08 08:01 PM
  22. Mountain's Avatar
    Microfiber cloth has been mentioned many times. I agree. Any good eyeglass or camera lens cloth works wonders the fingerprints on screen!
    12-30-08 08:32 PM
  23. TwoSpot's Avatar
    I have some solution made by Monster Cable that I use on all my electronics including my plasma TV. You can pick it in Best Buy. It's about $20 and comes with a cloth. It works great and is safe.

    Monster Cable - TV Screen Cleaning Kit - TV CLNKT
    01-01-09 08:33 AM
  24. erb1016's Avatar
    Carburator Cleaner from Autozone works great.
    01-01-09 08:57 AM
  25. onstageone's Avatar
    Dishwasher on mild cycle works great with no heat for drying cycle....
    Also works for getting that dust out from between the glass and LCD
    01-01-09 09:04 AM
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