iKlear Apple Polish" to clean my laptop and iPod screens with. The company claims that it is "environmentally friendly" but they do not disclose their ingredients on the bottle (nor can I find them on the website). It does say that it is manufactured in California and it is free of alcohol, ammonia, and sodium. Do you know anything about this company and if its ingredients are actually environmentally friendly, or do you have an alternative suggestion to environmentally-friendly LCD cleaner? Sent by Callista Editor: We just sent an email over to the people at Klear Screen about their ingredients and they wrote right back with a link to their Material Safety Data Sheet. It's mostly water, with a dash of methyl paraben and something proprietary ... But why not make your own cleaner? Readers, what are your suggestions?
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