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I use it regularly to clean my rmbp screen, and I've noticed a small scratch on the black panel few days ago, I thought it might be because I've used tap water or it was there and I didn't notice it.

Now I used it to clean a second hand iPhone. I bought before putting a protective guard on, and after I cleaned it I noticed small scratches and I don't know if they were there or not (the seller had it for about 3 years, so it could have had scratches and I didn't see them because the screen wasn't clean).

Is the cloth microfiber and is it ok to use it to clean screens?

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    There is no way a clean, uncontaminated Apple microfibre cloth is going to scratch the glass of a MacBook, let alone an iPhone screen. Slightly off-topic but I have a couple of these on standby for cleaning the front element of a Canon 14mm L-series lens which cannot otherwise be protected by a filter. The microfibre cloths are seriously good at "vacuuming" up fingerprints and leaving the glass absolutely sparkling ;-) Feb 26 '15 at 9:21
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It should be fine.. I would suggest washing it as there may be small dust particles on it, which could potentially be causing those screen scratches.

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