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Hi - does anyone know if there is a suggested product to use to clean the infotainment and speedo screens? Had my cactus for only afew days but my kids have already managed to cover the screen in fingerprints. Any suggestions? What do you use to clean your cactus screens? :?
 

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I use glasses lens wipes - Take one out of the packet open it out and try and get some of the moisture out of it, then gently rub over the screen. Bin. Also a big box of lens wipes is on offer in Aldi at the mo. That or a small camera cleaning cloth...

Trouble with microfibre cloths is that they can unintentionally scratch the gloss surface of the surround.
 

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We have a micro fiber cloth - I think we got it from the pound shop and it works great especially with a little breath.

We also keep it in the little coin slot to the right of the steering wheel where we keep change so it also stops the change rattling
 

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I use Muc-Off screen cleaner ( other brands are available ) I use it on TV, ipad, glasses, iphone etc
 

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BristolRich said:
I use glasses lens wipes - Take one out of the packet open it out and try and get some of the moisture out of it, then gently rub over the screen. Bin. Also a big box of lens wipes is on offer in Aldi at the mo. That or a small camera cleaning cloth...

Trouble with microfibre cloths is that they can unintentionally scratch the gloss surface of the surround.
Thanks :D
 

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JohnYoung said:
We have a micro fiber cloth - I think we got it from the pound shop and it works great especially with a little breath.

We also keep it in the little coin slot to the right of the steering wheel where we keep change so it also stops the change rattling
Thanks :D
 

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You know what if someone told me 27 years ago when I first passed my test in my MK 2 Escort one day we would be driving cars with screens that control most of its functions I would be thinking they had been watching to much Sci-Fi :)
 

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JohnYoung said:
You know what if someone told me 27 years ago when I first passed my test in my MK 2 Escort one day we would be driving cars with screens that control most of its functions I would be thinking they had been watching to much Sci-Fi :)
If somene told me 27 years ago, that I would be driving a Citröen in 2016, I would have said, that they were watching too much sci-fi... :)
 

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JohnYoung said:
You know what if someone told me 27 years ago when I first passed my test in my MK 2 Escort one day we would be driving cars with screens that control most of its functions I would be thinking they had been watching to much Sci-Fi :)
If somene told me 27 years ago, that I would be driving a Citröen in 2016, I would have said, that they were watching too much sci-fi... :)
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I bought a Citroen BX GTI 4x4 in 1990, since then have been driving mostly German brands...but back in a Citroen (and a VW) now...much to my friends amusement!

However, this Cactus is so good I have no regrets about purchasing it...and those screens and the interior design were my main reasons.
 

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NickKK said:
JohnYoung said:
You know what if someone told me 27 years ago when I first passed my test in my MK 2 Escort one day we would be driving cars with screens that control most of its functions I would be thinking they had been watching to much Sci-Fi :)
If somene told me 27 years ago, that I would be driving a Citröen in 2016, I would have said, that they were watching too much sci-fi... :)
:lol:

I have never really had any kind of snobbery against car brands - apart from when Skoda first came out they were a joke and caught fire all the time.

There were loads of jokes around at the time like.

Why does a skoda have a rear heated window - so you can keep your hands warm while pushing it

How times have changed and now Skoda is a sought after brand
 

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I've never had any love for French cars, none I've particularly hankered for or aspired to own (205GTI perhaps would be an exception).

In our family now we have the Citroen Cactus (company car), Megane Convertible (wife's car for Summer cruising) and Peugeot 207SW (daughter's and for me when I can't have my turn in the Cactus).

As always a Ford man (I still also have two Escorts - don't ask), if someone had told me we would have not one but THREE French cars clogging up our little street I would have laughed all the way to la Banque.
 
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