Question about Televison & Video
Never use a cleaning agent such as Windex on your LCD. Those
cleaners often contain ammonia, which can, over time, damage your
display's panel. A slightly damp, lint-free cloth, like the ones
included with eyeglasses, or a microfiber cloth should do the trick.
Never use paper towels! If you see streaks, follow the damp cloth
immediately with a dry one. You can moisten the cloth with plain water
or a commercial LCD panel cleaner, available at office supply stores.
These commercial cleaners are often just 50/50 isopropyl alcohol and
water mixtures, so clearly, you can mix that yourself and save a couple
of bucks. Just remember never to spray any liquid directly at your screen. Moisten the cloth instead.
Please let me know if you have any further questions, thanks.
Posted on May 16, 2008
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