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December 20, 2005, 4:22 pm
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Was wondering if these would be OK to use on a display:
Product: Nice'nClean Anti-Static Cleaning Wipes
Quantity: 80 6x6.5 Wipes
Ingredients: Water, Isopropyl Alcohol, Glycol ethers and Surfactants
Distributed by: Nice-Pak Products
Two Nice-Pak Park
Orangeburg, NY 10962
Anyone had experience with these? Anything in the ingredients I should
beware of? Thanks for any replies.
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December 21, 2005, 7:46 am
Re: LCD Display Cleaner
Are these really for LCD screen or for optical lens cleaning?
The glycol ethers ( due to higher molecular weight ) with surfactants
will form a thin film on the surface resulting in antistatic effect and
dust particles will not easily be attracted to the surface due to
electostatic repulsion with the polyglycol epoxide film that results
from the drying of the ethers.
But if used repeatedly the layer becomes thicker and will make it
appear has a gummy layer that is difficult to remove even with common
solvent without endangering the sensitive under surface.
Generally for delicate surface cleaning
Any cleaners with antistatic effect should not be applied repeatedly(
several times) to any surface but only a few times ...and the rest with
normal cleaning solution that will just evaporate without leaving a
residue in the surface.( diluted isopropanol or plain distilled/
deionized water is an example).
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