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You’ll notice a difference in the appearance of your iPad after you have owned it for longer than one week. It’s difficult to keep an iPad clean from fingerprint smudges and grease streaks.
iPads are very easy to clean. This guide will show you how to clean your iPad.
Here are some things to avoid when cleaning your iPad screen
Although your iPad might seem sophisticated, it is still fragile. It’s easy for it to get damaged and should be treated with care.
Here are some things to avoid when cleaning your iPad screen.
- Avoid using aerosol sprays, bleaches or abrasives
- Do not spray cleaning products onto the iPad.
- Do not leave your device unattended.
- Avoid using abrasive cloths such as paper towels.
How to properly clean your iPad’s display
First, ensure that your device is turned off and unplugged.
Use a soft, lint-free cloth (a microfiber cloth you can buy on Amazon) to wipe the iPad’s screen in small circular motions. Oleophobic means that fingerprints and oils should be easily removed from the iPad’s screen.
Lightly dampen the cloth with water, or 70% isopropyl alcohol if necessary. When you do this, be sure to only clean the non-porous and hard surfaces (the display and casing). If something sticks to your iPad’s screen like dirt, this should help. Be sure to dampen the cloth, and not spray or pour water on the iPad.
You can polish your screen with a dry microfiber cloth if you used a wet cloth.
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