Question about Computers & Internet
My brand new Samsung LCD monitor was accidentally sprayed with paint primer (oil based?), which left four noticeable dots of paint. Samsung techs recomended only Windex or a 50/50 Windex/water solution, but these were no help. One 3D dot came off with my fingernail initially, but the rest seem melded to the screen. It's plastic, not glass, I'm told. Any ideas? Help!
Paint thinner is about the only thing that could be safe for most plastics. but as its dry that will not likely work.
try some extra virgin oil or penetrating oil and rub it into the dots.
if you can get it to take the oil then it will come loose.
but you may have plastic damage anyway where they melded.
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