There are wipes for glasses as well as for computer screens at Wal-Mart.Also what works and very inexpensive-Water and vinegar mixed together -spray on cloth and wipe clean.
For liquid-crystal display (LCD) laptop and flat-panel monitor screens, slightly moisten a soft, lint-free cloth with plain water. Microfiber cloths are excellent for this purpose. Avoid using paper towels, which can scratch monitor surfaces. Don't spray liquid directly onto the screen—spray the cloth instead. Wipe the screen gently to remove dust and fingerprints. You can also buy monitor cleaning products at computer-supply stores.
For glass CRT (television-style) monitors, use an ordinary household glass cleaning solution. Unless your manufacturer recommends differently, don't use alcohol or ammonia-based cleaners on your monitor, as these can damage anti-glare coatings. And never try to open the housing of a CRT monitor. Capacitors within can hold a dangerous electrical charge—even after the monitor has been unplugged.
Clean the monitor weekly. Finally, make sure that everything is dry before you plug your computer back in.
This is from Microsoft.
Thanks, Sherrie - makes a lot of sense!