It might not work that well because it says "Excellent for LCD and Plasma Displays", and you have a CRT, but it actually shouldn't matter...
iMac / 3 GHz / 4 GB RAM / 1000 GB HD / Mac OS X 10.6.3
Apple TV / 160 GB
i use iklear on my viewsonic lcd, and it works great. i figured that if its safe for apple screens, then its got to be safe for other screens too. only problem is that it doesn't remove ball point pen ink from your screen.
now i know you want to know how ink got on my screen. lets just say i have a 3yr old son, and i used to keep a pen by my computer. and if you can't figure out the rest of the story, then you must have no experience with children. and yes, he is unharmed and still breathing, i did get the screen clean, and it somehow made it without any perminet damage.
Digital Audio G4/1.467ghz, 1.5gig ram, 16x Superdrive, 256mb DDR3 AGP 6800GS, zip, 2x500gig raid0 for 1tb on sonnet tempo trio, 10.5.4
It's mostly always clean... except theirs a speck on it that drives me crazy.
/me gets screen cleaner
Looked at this thread yesterday and felt positively ashamed, so now my MacBook screen is sparkling!!
Need to give 19" LCD attached to MacMini the same treatment, I think.
Macbook, 2.0GHz, 2Gb, 160Gb. 10.5
Mac Mini, 1.42GHz G4, 512Mb, 80Gb. 10.4
1G iPod Touch 8Gb
1G iPod Nano 2Gb white
1G iPod Shuffle 512Mb
Everybody wants to touch my MacBook, and I always feel like I'm taking on the role of "Daddy just hit mommy across the dinner table and we're all trying to keep eating" when I tell my clients or family to back off.
Needless to say, it's sometimes clean, no matter how hard I try.
• 2.66GHz Mac Pro Quad Xeon
• 2.0GHz Dual PowerMac G5
• 2.0GHz 20" iMac G5
• 466MHz Powerbook G4
• Mac Classic
• Apple //c
I gotta do a better job covering my mouth when I sneeze.* Unlike Quion, NO ONE ever wants to touch my iMac.
I almost never clean mine, becausee It never really gets dirty.