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3-ScreenKlean Package (Save 10%)

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ScreenKlean™

The best way to clean fingerprints and kill bacteria on iPads, tablets, e-books and other larger touch screens!

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ScreenKlean™

The best way to clean fingerprints and kill bacteria on iPads, tablets, e-books and other larger touch screens!

Clear

ScreenKlean™

The best way to clean fingerprints and kill bacteria on iPads, tablets, e-books and other larger touch screens!

Clear

Product Description

Save 10% when you buy our 3-ScreenKlean Package! What better colors than the red, white, and blue!

The best way to clean fingerprints and remove oils on iPads, tablets, e-books and other larger touch screens!

Cleans fingerprints and oils easily using our exclusive molecular based technology, Invisible Carbon cleaning compound.

Eliminates the need to carry around messy liquids and dirty cloths.

Never expires!

Replaceable cleaning pad (sold separately) – Up to 150+ cleanings per pad

 

Additional information

Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 8.5 x 12 x 1 in

ScreenKlean™

Color

Black, Blue, Lime, Pink, Purple, Red, Silver+Black, White

ScreenKlean™

Color

Black, Blue, Lime, Pink, Purple, Red, Silver+Black, White

ScreenKlean™

Color

Black, Blue, Lime, Pink, Purple, Red, Silver+Black, White

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If there is one flaw in the late Steve Jobs’ vision of a post-PC era, it’s that the iPad and other tablet screens get disgusting and smeary after a few minutes’ use. Apart from retreating to styluses, which are anathema to modern tabletry, there’s nothing anybody can do about it. The human finger leaves a trail like a snail’s; that’s the way it is. And, as with spectacles, once you get obsessed with cleaning an iPad screen, it’s impossible for it to be too spotless – even though it’s a Sisyphean task, because as soon as you’ve degreased, you immediately start messing your screen up again.

Jonathan Margolis
Financial Times/How to Spend It