The Moshi TeraGlove is a small square made of microfiber that measures 4.3" x 4.3" x 0.2" and it ships with a little squirt bottle for water. The kit costs $16 and is shipping right now.
If you are like me, your house is filled with stuff that has LCD screens. Most of those gadgets like my computers, notebooks, and TVs all end up with dust and fingerprints on them at one point. I have an old school cleaning solution and big microfiber town that I can use on the LCDs, but I don’t like to use it because the cloth is so big and bulky.
Moshi has a cool cleaning system called the Moshi TeraGlove that they sent me to review. The little cleaning cloth has a pouch for your fingers and is a 4.3" square. The only cleaning solution you need to get those fingerprints off is normal tap water. The kit comes with a small bottle that looks like perfume that you put tap water in.
This next part is important. When you use the Moshi TeraGlove, you don’t spray your screen directly. You could kill your notebook or TV if that water runs down the screen and ends up inside on your components. You spray the water directly on the Moshi TeraGlove pad. You only need a few sprays, don't make the Moshi TeraGlove wet, just slightly damp.
I used it all around my house to see how well it works. My daughter is a big SpongeBob fan. If a toy comes on during that cartoon, you can bet she will run to the TV screen, puts her fingers right on it and scream for me to come see what she wants to buy. That means I have tons of fingerprints on the screen. Those greasy little kid prints are hard to get off.
I sprayed the Moshi TeraGlove pad about four good pumps with the water from the squirt bottle and went to rubbing on the screen. I was very surprised that all the smears, smudges, dust and fingerprints just came right off. I really thought I would need a cleaning solution with solvents to get the stuff off.
The Moshi TeraGlove also worked very well for the smudged and smeared up iPad I use. It got the fingerprints and goo right off the screen in short order. This is a very good little cleaning kit that you can use for many years and only stop cleaning to put new water in the bottle and occasional wring the dirty pad out. The only thing I can say I don’t like about this thing is the price, $16 for a small bottle and a square microfiber is not cheap, but you can't argue with how well the Moshi TeraGlove works.
The Moshi TeraGlove might seem silly at $16, but this is a very nice cleaning system that won't bother allergies with harsh chemicals and is very green.
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