Plasma tv scratch
Things You’ll Need:
* Television screen cleaning products
* Cleaning schedule
* Microfiber cleaning cloth
Clean Your HDTV Screen Properly
Read the warning labels on all your household cleaning products. Even
glass cleaners might not be suitable for use on an HDTV screen, so
check the manufacturer's warnings before you apply anything to the
Keep chemical cleaners away from your HDTV on cleaning day. The harsh
chemicals found in most common cleaning products will actually cause
more harm than good.
Leave liquid cleaners under your sink when cleaning your HDTV screen. A
liquid cleaner, whether it be water or a chemical cleaner, will drip
down the screen and work its way into the interior of the TV, causing
damage to your HDTV. You will be able to easily recognize when this
happens, because your screen will develop smudges.
Use a cloth to clean the HDTV screen. Ideally, you should use a cloth
that is recommended for HDTV screens, computer screens and other
electronics. The word "microfiber" may be imprinted on the packaging.
Wet the microfiber cloth slightly. Just a hint of dampness is all you
need. If water runs out of the cloth, then it's too wet and will cause
Develop a regular cleaning schedule for your HDTV screen. If you dust
the screen daily, or at least several times a week, with your
microfiber cloth, no other maintenance should be necessary. Not only
will frequent cleanings make caring for your HDTV easier, but they will
also enhance your viewing experience.
Prevent messes by asking family members and guests not to touch the
television screen. You should also try to make sure children with
sticky fingers do not come in contact with the screen.
Use a high-end cleaning product if you feel that regular dusting is not
sufficient. Top-of-the-line television cleaning products are ideal for
use on all HDTV screens, plasma screens, projectors and are safe to use
around children and animals.
Aug 11, 2009 |
Panasonic TH-42XVS30U 42 in. Plasma HDTV