Avoid Cleaning Wipes
In most cases, simply dampening a microfibre or other lint-free cloth in a little bit of warm (not hot) water should be enough regular maintenance to keep your screen and keyboard clean! You’ll probably be surprised at how well this works.
You often don’t need to use any cleaning solutions, although a little bit of mild detergent can be handy if you’re dealing with a more persistent smudge or stain.
Apple also says you can “moisten the cloth with a 70-percent isopropyl alcohol (IPA) solution,” but make sure that’s all you’re putting on it. So avoid cleaning wipes entirely unless you are sure they contain nothing other than a 70 percent IPA.
Many cleaning wipes contain hydrogen peroxide or bleach, which can damage the finish of your MacBook’s aluminum surfaces and eat away at the anti-reflective coating on the screen.
Similarly, Apple says to stay away from “aerosol sprays, solvents, abrasives, or cleaners containing hydrogen peroxide that might damage the finish.”