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Cleaning a Phone Case and the Screen

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Good Afternoon Team:

I just wanted to post a question relating to how you would clean the plastic case (plastic screen) piece of an Otterbox - I have a Galaxy Note 3, and frim time to time, she gets dirt on the cases plastic screen, or streaks because of fingerprints.

I want to find a way to keep the Note 3 screen from having streaks and dirt as well - I have to take the phone out of the case to make sure she is clean, but do't know if there is a special way to clean it to get rid of fingerprints, streaks and dirt - I keep the Note3 in its case all the time ;)

Any Ideas??

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If you're looking for a specific way for cleaning your smartphone, you can check this link: How to clean your smartphone and generic cases and for cleaning an OtterBox case -- 

Cases can generally be cleaned with mild soap and water, then air dried or dried lightly with a paper towel.  Source OtterBox FAQ

Edited by humble2k14, 29 March 2014 - 03:05 AM.

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