How would I of guessed Michelle would of come up with make up brushes. I mean I have so many laying around from when the guys come over to watch football.
But yes soft is good so sounds like a good idea.
I do not know the products Michelle is talking about but I am very hesitant mostly with the screen. If I remember correct do not use anything with ammonia as can damage the screen clear coat and alcohol has been blamed for yellowing over time.
Do not use CRT wipes or lens wipes. Your screen is not glass. For normal regular cleaning you should not need more than water for anything. The cleaners you can buy do have isopropyl alcohol some 50% that is high. Putting a cap full of isopropyl into a glass of water should be more than enough. And both that and Michelle's advice should not be daily cleaning only occasional heavy cleaning. Which I might add should never be necessary with regular cleaning with a soft cloth and water if needed.
Mine came with two cloths one very soft and the other seems soft but kind of rubbery. I almost never even need to use even water. Less is better. Also some products leave film that the more you use the more prints show up.
I am from the less is more school and certainly opinion in there. But 100% for daily cleaning you do not need more than water at most. And using stronger compounds is not likely to lead to better results and potentially worse.