We always encounter a problem with electronic screens, especially when trying to clean them, including the iPad screen that is full of fingerprint smudges, dust spots, and other things that make it difficult to keep the screen clean, so we offer you a way to clean it without damaging it from In simple steps.
How to properly clean the iPad screen?
Make sure the device is unplugged and turned off.
With a soft cloth, wipe the iPad screen in small circular motions. The iPad screen is oil-resistant, which means removing any oils or fingerprints is easy.
If necessary, wet the cloth with a little water or 70% isopropyl alcohol, if you do, be sure to wipe only hard, non-porous surfaces (cover and screen).
It should also help if there's something stuck to the iPad's screen, like a piece of dirt, but be sure to wet the cloth itself, not spray liquid directly onto the iPad.
If you used a damp cloth, you can polish the screen afterward with a dry microfiber cloth.
Things to avoid when cleaning your iPad screen
Your iPad may look advanced, but it's still a fragile device, which means it's easy to damage and should be handled with care.
Do not use sprays, bleaches, or abrasive materials.
Do not spray any cleaning products directly on or into the iPad.
Do not leave the device connected or turned on.
Avoid using abrasive cloths such as paper towels.