When I was crippled I tried to basically purchase everything online, being wheelchair bound makes running to the store quite a brutal adventure avoided at all costs. I used to shop in the middle of the night when the world sleeps to go to Walgreens if I had to, because it's smaller than a grocery store, bigger than the Muslim owned convenience stores I won't patronize, and easier to navigate in a wheelchair.
Nowadays they can hook you up with almost anything but cars and houses, and have them shipped practically OVERNITE after about your third or fourth purchase... really.It pays off quickly.
Since we do all our communication online, much of production comes after my work is finalized and signed off on. It's really the first step of the printing process. And if I screw it up, printing presses all around Chicago are idle until I fix it.
This is the product: CLEAN DR.
REMEMBER TO ALWAYS use Mircofiber cloths, a new one each time if possible as anything on those rags scratches the F888 out of these things on the screen or the bezel. No Paper products ever, scratch city usually unless it's really wet.
It actually looks better now than it did when I bought it a year ago, a Samsung 55 " 1080P LED HDTV UN55c5000..
You can see that's practically spotless, and I use only a feather duster for everyday cleaning, and the microfiber rags that you can order with it are the way to go. You can see the blue rag in the picture. One actually comes with the product.
The first time I cleaned the whole screen it took me a half hour to rub out and buff the streaks out with any other cleaner.
Here's my laptop on my desk as well, same thing, like a mirror.
Another great thing about doing all that shopping at Amazon is they have totally hassle free returns and you never even have to encounter some poor Indian working for $9 an hour on the phone in Islamabad to get a refund if the product sucks. Then if it does suck, you write a bad review and the companies 'kiss your ass' to rectify it.
Good luck if you do choose to use it, you will NOT be disappointed, and thanks for reading ; )
I was NOT paid by Amazon nor CleanDr for this endorsement.