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swimbaitSat Nov-05-11 05:12 PM
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#3801, "Best product for water spots on fish finder screen?"


  

          

I'm tired of water spots. What do you guys use to prevent build up?

  

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LakeSun Nov-06-11 03:55 PM
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#3802, "RE: Best product for water spots on fish finder screen?"
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Eye glass cleaner works great

  

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ll kaidoy llSun Nov-06-11 04:44 PM
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Sun Nov-06-11 04:45 PM by ll kaidoy ll

          

Rod Lee showed me this stuff when we went Kokanee fishing at Berryessa. It worked great!

http://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Peregrine_250_Eagle_Eye_Screen_Cleaner/descpage-PEESC.html

Tackle Tour reviewed the Wave Away screen cleaner and seemed to like it.

http://www.tackletour.com/reviewwaveaway.html

Eye cleaner works great too as Lake said. Costco has their Kirkland brand that comes with two spray bottles and a couple microfiber towels. When you run out of eye cleaner, there's a dispenser of eye cleaner that they have there. As long as you have the spray bottle you purchased originally, you can go there and get refills free of charge.

  

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swimbaitTue Dec-06-11 09:01 PM
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Bought the $5 eye glass cleaner at Costco. Wow, awesome. My screens are clean in seconds. Cleaned my laptop screen and my monitor while I was at it. That's a great tip, thank you guys. Free refills are you kidding me? LOL.

  

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