As I had just reviewed the cleaning cloth I use, I thought I may as well review the wipes that I use too.
I started buying Fellowes wet and dry screen wipes after having a bad experience with some cheap ones (no popular brand) that i'd bought. The previous ones I had used said it was "streak free" and cost under £1 from Aldi (knew it was too good to be true) but when using it the product was of really poor quality and made cleaning the screen really hard, and so I only used it once and it went in the bin as I wasn't happy with it at all.
My experience of the cheaper wipes led me to wanting to use a better known brand as I was wanting to use it on screens I wanted it to be of good quality and not having to worry about it damaging anything. I ended up going into Comet and and asking for their advice on which ones to buy. I was advised of these and have since always purchased them.
They can be found in a range of stores and aren't hard to come across. Tesco sells them for £5.97 and I think other stores such as PC World/Comet are pretty much the same if not slightly higher.
The packaging has changed since the above Dooyoo picture and they now come in a bright yellow box with a picture of a hand cleaning the laptop with the wipe. It also states on the front of the box that it is alcohol free, dermatologically safe, anti-static and non-streak. There are 12 sets of twin sachets in the box, one wet and one dry, for cleaner and more comfortable viewing.
To use the wipes ensure your laptop/computer/television is turned off. When opening the box you will see the wipes are split into wet wipes and dry wipes. You use the wet wipe first to wipe the surface of the screen until clean and then dry with the dry wipe. It's a fairly quick process and when using the wet wipes you can really see the difference it is making on cleaning the screen.
The only disadvantage I find with the wipes is that I think they should be colour coded differently so it is easier and quicker to tell apart the dry wipe from the wet wipe. This is because it just states it on the bottom of the sachet but if they were two different designs/colours they would be easier to tell apart as in a rush I have ended up opening the wrong wipe first.
They are good wipes though and I think they are of good quality, especially if I compare them to the ones I bought for £1. So although these are more expensive, I find them better than the cheaper versions out there and so have no problems buying these. They give your screens a good clean and the instructions on how to use them are easily understood.
12 individually packed wet & dry screen wipes. Protects against the build up of germs for up to 3 days. Simply wipe over your screen to leave a clean and deodorized finish non-streak .