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Well, Apple recommends a dampened soft cloth with just water and honestly for once I can't blame them for being so cautious. Chemicalcautious!

Chemical
industry kicked in the market in the last half century something like 60,000 chemical substances, mostly without having a clue about their effects on anything different than the purpose they were developed for, let alone the possible interactions between them. I've

I've
tried hydrogen peroxide that Apple deprecates on partially compromised screens to completely remove the coating with mixed results, some areas got clean, others seem to be diamond hard. I'm quite convinced Apple is aware of that. When we read the thread about [post|464586] , we

We
can read all sort of mixed results, including products of daily use for skin and mouth hygiene disposing of the coating in no time. I

I
would recommend just water too if I was Apple, considering what we normally use considering it "delicate".
Well, Apple recommends a dampened soft cloth with just water and honestly for once I can't blame them for being so cautious. Chemicalcautious!

Chemical
industry kicked in the market in the last half century something like 60,000 chemical substances, mostly without having a clue about their effects on anything different than the purpose they were developed for, let alone the possible interactions between them. I've

I've
tried hydrogen peroxide that Apple deprecates on partially compromised screens to completely remove the coating with mixed results, some areas got clean, others seem to be diamond hard. I'm quite convinced Apple is aware of that. When we read the thread about [post|464586] , we

We
can read all sort of mixed results, including products of daily use for skin and mouth hygiene disposing of the coating in no time. I

I
would recommend just water too if I was Apple, considering what we normally use considering it "delicate".

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Message d'origine par : arbaman ,

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Well, Apple recommends a dampened soft cloth with just water and honestly for once I can't blame them for being so cautious. Chemical industry kicked in the market in the last half century something like 60,000 chemical substances, mostly without having a clue about their effects on anything different than the purpose they were developed for, let alone the possible interactions between them. I've tried hydrogen peroxide that Apple deprecates on partially compromised screens to completely remove the coating with mixed results, some areas got clean, others seem to be diamond hard. I'm quite convinced Apple is aware of that. When we read the thread about [post|464586] , we can read all sort of mixed results, including products of daily use for skin and mouth hygiene disposing of the coating in no time. I would recommend just water too if I was Apple, considering what we normally use considering it "delicate".

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