[NTLK] Sticky Newtons

Forrest newtonphoenix at mindspring.com
Wed Oct 1 03:16:34 EDT 2014


No problem, Herman. Here's a copy-and-paste:

"There are also several pump-spray cleaners available that do a great job of keeping both the Newton's exterior and display grease- and dirt-free. Products like iKlear Cleaner/Polish, designed "for Displays, Acrylic and Aluminum Surfaces", also work well at keeping your other tech devices--phones, tablets, displays--in great condition."

Thanks,
--Forrest

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On Sep 30, 2014, at 11:54 PM, Herman Paassen <paassen at me.com> wrote:

> I'm sorry, I lost the answers you all sent to me about my questions (Oops! Wrong button) Can you repeat them? 
> 
> I own different Newton models and some of them have a coating that have in a strange way become a kind of 'sticky'. Is this familiar to some of you? What's a solution to clean them?
> 
> Thanks! Herman
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