Originally Posted by Reader Paradice
I'm glad that you are liking the effect. It really strips all can-smear residue off of the screen and makes for a really good finger/screen contact.
Funny, how we have lost what was common-sense household cleaning solutions, in favour of the commercial advertised-pounding we get to buy 'new..and improved'...whatever!
Vinegar and Water for glass and surface cleaning. 50/50 makes for the best all round mixture. The water should be distilled for best pickup.
Coarse and or normal salt sprinkled on cookware to scrub off grease and grime before a good rinsing....all of the old 'grandma' ways still work, and in most cases better for the job, personal health of the family, and general environment. I think that book readers, are in general; 'green' people! We exercise our minds, and with that, tend to reason a lot more... (smile).
Edit: Hieronymous, it also will take that smear/glaze off of the Vox and really let you see the glorious colours that it can display. Some people are still looking through a haze layer (and that haze layer keeps building up...), even with after cleaning with other solutions. Yeppers....
Screen protector lets me use water and a microfiber cloth to pick up oils on screens, but I use the extra strength cleaning vinegar for floors, tile, counters, and mirrors. Quite useful, if not as cheap as generic pine scented cleaners.