Cleaning the PSP

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  1. dre101

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    hi there,

    my PSP has lots of finger prints all over it and it looks awful in my opinion but i don't want to use a screen protector, are there any clothes or liquids i could use? also when playing music is there a way to hold the buttons on the console itself because it is very annoying when a song gets repeated because it is in my pocket and the shoulder button hits my leg
     
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    If it's a typical TFT screen then I don't see why you can't use furniture polish. I use it on my TFT. If you don't want to risk it then try using a silk cloth that comes with glasses cases. You may be able to just walk into Specsavers and ask for one.
     
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    There's a hold button on the PSP... just shove the power switch down (i.e. opposite direction to turning it on / off).
     
  4. monkeyspank

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    Just use a cotton T-shirt to clean the screen. It works a treat, the hard plastic coating on the screen is easy to clean but don't use a fleece type top as the fibres will scratch it.
     
  5. Londondecca

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    Tesco sell a Micro Fibre cloth for about a £1, buy 2. Dampen (not wet) the first one and wipe the screen and then wipe with the second one. There is also a chemical cleaner called Plexus which is perfect but the MF towels will do 99% of the job for £2
     
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    I either use my t shirt, or, a glasses cloth. Both work fine for me

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    A basic glasses cloth should do the trick.
     

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