Clean Screen- Say NO to DIRTY screens and glasses!

Got dirty electronics? Do you ever find yourself struggling to clean off all the smudges on your sunglasses? What about those finger prints on your ipods and phones? Have you wondered how to get the dust safely off of your dirty flastcreen? We’re here to help!

We’ve developed a way to clean your valuable electronics safely and effectively. Clean Screen uses reverse osmosis to give you a crystal clear clean. And our Little Clean Screens are portable, on-the-go wipes great for removing fingerprints, make-up, dirt, dust, oily residues and ink off of your delicate surfaces. Gives us a try and you’ll be amazed at how you ever lived without it!

My Take on the Product:  I'm all for products that clean my computer screen and my eyeglasses! These are two areas that drive me batty when there is fingerprints, dust, grease, make-up and more on the surface.  I worry about the liquid on my computer so I just spray the lint-free cloth and use that to wipe down all the electronics at once.   Quick and easy!  

Check out Scott's Liquid Gold for more information on where to purchase these products.  They have coupons and specials on their site, too!  You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter!
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