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1st I removed the 2nd 'm' from comand in your title. :D

Cockpit Management and Data system - COMAND for short

Then i moved your thread to
'Caring for your slk' section :D

Did you check your owner's manual? It says

The owners manual says "don't use any liquids or cleaning agents", but use microfiber towel and light pressure. :D

then i did a search on your question on our forum and found all of these

remember search is your friend :D

https://www.google.com/search?ei=DKLHWqbDG4HXzgLpmIPwBQ&q=site:slkworld.com+cleaning+comand+screen&oq=site:slkworld.com+cleaning+comand+screen&gs_l=psy-ab.3...55514.63624.0.63966.40.40.0.0.0.0.154.3192.34j6.40.0..2..0...1.1.64.psy-ab..0.5.596...0j46j0i131k1j0i227i67k1j0i67k1j0i46k1j0i227k1.0.zwMSLxXedEE
 

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I used a microfiber cloth in an attempt to remove a few smudges & nearly ruined the entire screen. I did a tiny bit in a corner & it smudged & went opaque as if rubbed with emery paper! A quote to replace the screen came out at about £500. So I cut a piece of very slightly smoked Perspex to create a second screen held in place by two very very tiny black double sided adhesive pads & a tight fit between the two circular vents. Thus I have a screen protector easily removed & cleaned & the damage to the is barely noticeable & cannot be even accidently be touched. Looks neat & OE too.
 
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