Question about Cameras
Try a lite solution with some window or dishwasher cleaner ...but not too much cause it may get sticky ...and after that use some wet kleenex...If you have in handy one of those Kleenex that came already moist (wet ) in the bag ..those will be the best choice to finish the job ...But first use some detergent lite solution if the smear is serious...and at the end use a soft wet kleenex...for not to damage or leave traces on the screen or lens..
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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