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    Quite annoyed with Ixos screen tissues.

    I bought these a while back (designed for laptops, LCD, TFT, PALM and normal TV). Anyway I promptly cleaned my eizo and it brought the screen back up to new...but since then everytime I whipe it I get streaks everywhere (well you can see the whipe marks all over) and it's damn annoying. Does anyone know how to solve this? Why has it started to happen since the first go gave such good results?

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    I have some unbranded wipes I grabbed from Currys when I bought my TV and have similar problems, top results when first used but any slight touch gives bad streaks. Not so bad on my monitors but on my WM5 mobile its a pain in the ass as its touchscreen, in the end I bought a screen cover which made it a little better but have since tried a few other types of screen wipes and found them all the same. If u find wipe nirvana give us a post

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    Haha

    Atleast I'm not the only one out there. It's so annoying. I know it sounds petty, but ah well. Atleast the streaks aren't really noticeable in windows/films/games.

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    If it's what I'm thinking of (the coloured bands), then usually a dry lint-free cloth is enough. Use your wipes to do the cleaning, then the dry cloth to get rid of the streaks.

    Have only done this on an old CRT monitor, so no idea how much pressure was necessary.

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    Always use a little windowlene (or your favorite cheaper secondary brand alternative) on a piece of kitchen towel, one to wax on, one to wax off. So to speak.

    Hasnt done any of my TFT's any harm, and If i trust it on my WFP2407...

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