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    LCD/Plasma cleaning

    There are a lot of suggestions online but I thought I'd see if anyone here had any experiences to relate - good or bad.

    The one that seems the safest but most effective to me is a mix of isopropyl alcohol with distilled water and a microfiber cloth.

    I have LCD computer screen, a plasma tv and a LED laptop.


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    Re: LCD/Plasma cleaning

    The manual for my Samsung LCD says to use a spritz of water on a microfiber cloth...that's all.


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    Re: LCD/Plasma cleaning

    You do have to be really careful. I would lean towards the water unless you can find specifics. My wife damaged the coating on her flat screen (not plasma or lcd, but still...) by cleaning it with the wrong thing. It etched horizontal lines into it.



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    Re: LCD/Plasma cleaning

    Dang women using those green sides of the sponges...



    Disclaimer : I scratched the heck out of our wood floor with one of those.


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    Re: LCD/Plasma cleaning

    Yeah, I would say water and a very soft towel/cloth.


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    Re: LCD/Plasma cleaning

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonepride View Post
    You do have to be really careful. I would lean towards the water unless you can find specifics. My wife damaged the coating on her flat screen (not plasma or lcd, but still...) by cleaning it with the wrong thing. It etched horizontal lines into it.

    What was she cleaning it with, hydrofluric acid?


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    Re: LCD/Plasma cleaning

    Quote Originally Posted by isucyfan View Post
    The manual for my Samsung LCD says to use a spritz of water on a microfiber cloth...that's all.
    That is what I do with all my TV's.


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    Re: LCD/Plasma cleaning

    If you can I put mine in the Dishwasher

    Or better yet, get a black Lab-he will lick it clean



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