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iCloth Avionics Large Screen and Lens Cleaner

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Overview

Cleaning wipes for use on laptops, Chromebooks, touchscreen monitors, flat panel displays, automotive displays, aviation displays, and more.
Safe for use on all screens, electronics, glasses, and coatings.
Wipes are non-streaking and individually wrapped.
   
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Features

  • Premium water-based formula specially designed to clean sensitive surfaces without causing damage
  • Optimal moisture level for cleaning all kinds of electronics without affecting responsiveness and ensuring a streak-free finish
  • Exceptionally strong, soft and lint-free cloth with aerospace certifications that will ensure effective dirt pick-up
  • Individually packaged to keep each wipe perfectly moist and hygienic until the moment of use
  • Safe cleaning for anti-glare, anti-scratch and any other protective coatings on eyewear without scratching them

Benefits

  • No ethyl alcohol or ammonia
  • No scratchy or linty cloth
  • No excessive moisture that could cause damage or leave smudges behind
  • No additional accessories needed to clean
  • No bulky packaging that gets in the way of you being able to clean on-the-go
  • No impractical/messy packaging that could compromise the reliability of the cleaning wipe
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