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My son has drawn on my projector screen with a blue crayon. I tried removing with baby wipes but its still there - help!

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Tries W40,add with some water for dilution,well work better than any or cleanning solution.

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My son wiped a baby wipe across my LCD tv and now there is a purple streak across the tv I have tried wiping it with a wet soft cloth but it didnt do anything any suggestions?


Did the baby wipe contain alcohol? because LCD screens are sensitive to harsh chemicals. they have layers so this possibly damaged them.
so i think you can save it if you go to a tv repair man or get a new.

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This is a common problem on a faulty Mainboard of a Projector.

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Quick Fix for Ugly Nail Holes


Start by using the blunt end of a pen, or anything similar, and tuck any ragged edges into the hole so that the wall suface is flush and smooth again.
Now sneak into the kids' room and steal their crayons! No matter what color your walls are, you should be able to find a combination that will match the wall great.
Scribbling the crayon back and forth in every direction will fill the hole with crayon wax. Smooth it out between layers with your finger tip.
Start with a light color and darken to match. Baby blue with only a dark blue crayon? Fill the hole w/ white then lightly blend the dark blue in a little at a time. Maroon wall? Red then add brown. You get the idea.
When you're happy with the color just blend the excess away and your nail hole will be practically invisible.

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My son took a baby wipe to the LCD tv screen and now there is a purple streak I tried a damp soft cloth but that didn't work any suggestions how to clean the baby wipe off?


Try a 50/50 solution of water/rubbing alcohol and a micofiber cloth. DO NOT SPRAY THE SOLUTION ON THE SCREEN ITSELF but on the cloth then wipe down the screen. I hope the screen isn't damaged !!!

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Crayon removal


Ahh, children and their creativity! :) Here's one solution I personally know works...Using a hair dryer, warm up the area of the chalkboard where the crayon is holding it a couple inches away from the board. The crayon will become melted and then you can wipe it away. You may want to follow up with a good grease cutting dish soap like Dawn. I find this gets the area really clean after. Another solution is a Magic Eraser by Mr. Clean. They are just scrubbing sponges if you've never used one. They work great for lots of things but WATCH OUT...they can remove the chalkboard surface if you scrub too hard or for too long (the same with other surfaces as well). But they do cut greasy areas up to get the "de-greaser" in like detergent.
Hope these solutions help you out!

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A crayon melted in my back car seat, how can I remove it?


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??¦Use a dull knife to scrape any of the debris off.
??¦Apply WD 40 to the stain and let it stand for five or so minutes. (Spray lubricant /oil)
??¦Use a stiff bristle brush to loosen the crayon.
??¦Wipe off with a clean terry cloth.
??¦Reapply as necessary.
??¦Apply liquid dishwashing detergent to the area with the stain.
??¦Work into the stain.
??¦Wipe clean with clean terry cloth.
??¦Rinse with a damp sponge.
??¦Allow to air dry fully.

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Yellow spots on the projected image


Hello there. First, some info you need...Green LCD=purple onscreen, Red LCD=cyan(baby blue) onscreen, and Blue LCD=yellow onscreen.
These spots (specks?) are probably dust particles that get past the filter. Annoying but harmless. To check if they are indeed dust bits, if you can focus sharply on them, then yes, its dust. To remove the particles completely will require a service. They will only return eventually. You can try to blow out the biggest offenders with some canned air. And, to help slow down dust entry, keep the dust filter cleaned so that the unit always has plenty of air movement--you'll have a cleaner image with the added benefit of LONGER life of the lamp and projector components (dust is the number 1 killer of projectors)

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Clean the screen


do not attempt with spray and wipe. all you need is warm soapy water. as crayons are wax it will soften making easy removal. please rate

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My baby colored on my screen


Use Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, you can pick it up at any grocery store or walmart.
Thanks and enjoy,
Lee

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