@Kidsandliz They are pretty good actually. The only thing I experienced bad was when I sprayed it on my laptop. Some of the liquid got into the display and it left a weird rainbow color spot behind the glass for a couple days until it completely evaporated.
I learned from that experience and now know to spray the liquid on the included cloth and then rub the display. If I read the instructions first, it probably would have told me that too but who reads the manual?
@rpstrong Well, when I said “shirt”, I actually meant a sheet of burlap that I found in an alleyway 12 years ago, which I cut a hole in for my head and have been wearing like a poncho ever since. But I think of it as my “shirt”.
(You don’t even wanna know about my “pants”.)
@Doodpants You have Burlap !, well I have to make do wearing pieces of double-sided sandpaper I salvage from a local furniture factory’s dumpster and staple together, although I guess I do get the added benefit of getting to inhale all the VOC fumes from the dumpster every 15 years or so when I need more sandpaper.
Purchased and then canceled when I found out that VMP is no longer offered. Makes you rethink the shipping. VMP was a big draw for me purchasing here. Now it is just another woot site. You are excelling now at being MEH.
So you spray your fingers before touching the screen, right? And never a smudge shall be.
Read the user manual, because why not? It details how to circumvent needing this almost entirely: * Washing hands before using your touchscreen is an effective way
to reduce fingerprints and smudges. * Maybe that’s great advice for the OCD types?
Don’t know if I’ve seen a manual make a case against the very product it’s instructing about.
Our secretary got really mad when she saw the white out on her computer screen (she is blonde) I decided it was safer for me to keep my mouth shut and go outside to roll on the ground and laugh. I got her some of these for the next time and to make up for what I thought was a hilarious joke. I figured I paid for the computer so it was ok. When is secretaries day again?
These kits made a great Easter basket gift for my millenial kids and not-so-millenial wife. I guess a kit like this is “obvious” in how to use it (spray & wipe? amiright?), BUT there is NOTHING on the packaging (and there’s a lot of packaging) to even indicate where to start. I am, of course, not speaking for myself. If you catch my drift…