I don't find anything here that would help to my situation, and wiping the screen don't seems to remove the oil that has gotten trough my hands. I need a method without baby wipes which I don't posses, nor socks (or any cotton cloth), I don't possess glasses cleaning cloths (I had one years ago), nor any other recommendation is readly available to clean off the screen safely.

The mentioned suggestions don't solve my problem. The other question is asking about dust, mine is oil (or grease) which most of dust methods are helpless about.

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    Since having kids I think I will always buy baby wipes as they are so useful. Cleaning glasses, screens etc just have to be careful not to let the dog eat them though! – Nick J Adams Jan 5 '15 at 15:25
  • @shog as I mentioned in chat, I read that question but neither the objetive of the question nor the answers are particualry helpful here and the solutions are actually very obvious which I already tried/think about and discarded. – Braiam Jan 5 '15 at 22:37
  • @NickJAdams I don't have kids, and baby wipes are too costly (imported is the only way) to having a stash to clean the screen constantly. – Braiam Jan 5 '15 at 22:38
  • Perhaps the best prevention is INTERVENTION... stop TOUCHING your screen with your dirty hands hands. If it isn't a touch device, you should NEVER touch the screen. If it IS a touch device, clean your fingertips (not sure why whole hands are touching the screen) before use. Simply wiping them on your pants or shirt should do the trick. – Phlume Jan 6 '15 at 19:40
  • Using a microfiber cloth will take care of hand oil as well as dust, so the question marked as duplicate does answer your question – holroy Mar 18 '15 at 21:38

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