Cleaning of flat-screen television requires precision. The incoming LCD television has become of utmost importance to pay attention to while cleaning. Since the LCD televisions are narrow and dust accumulates in the panels and rims, the area becomes sensitive and needs to be cleaned thoroughly. Though the coating of snit- glare is applied on the plasma television, cleaning is essential and brisk cleaning has a different course to follow. An easy and safe step has to be taken to maintain the televisions.
Easy cleaning solution – to clean flat tv initially, the television has to be switched off since it is a dark color which enables proper cleaning. Areas greased with oil or have specks of dust can be rubbed easily. It is gentle cleaning with which you can swap the screen, and the cloth that needs to be used is microfiber, and the standard tip is to erase it with the eraser, which is dry.
The cloth that helps in cleaning has to be taken care of – the fabric should not be rubbed off against the surface and should be pat dry. Pixels get destroyed if the cloth is not smooth, so opt for a soft cloth. It is distilled water mixed with vinegar in proportion in which the fabric should be dipped and then dried. Vinegar has to be white.
Layers of products to be used – spray bottles available in the market for flat screens are adequate but not as effective as the solution of white vinegar and water concoction. The plastic that surrounds the television has to be cleaned separately.
Products that need to be avoided – tissue paper and toilet paper should not be used on the screen. The products which are not soft should be avoided at all costs. Nail polish remover should also not be used to clean the surface. Spray should not be applied directly on the television screen as it destroys the television’s pixels.
Apart from the usage, you also have to check whether the screen is glossy or matte. When applying the spray on the cloth and then wiping it on the television, it has to be taken note that fingertips should also be cleaned while wiping the surface of the television. Intense cleaning is not usually required, and soft cleaning makes it suitable. Today, the screens come with paper coated on them; hence, there is no need to worry about the screen. Sharp objects are to be avoided at all costs. If by wiping the screen with a dry cloth, the grime does not come off, you have to move on to the next step: dry it by using a damp cloth mix with the solution. Dusting the surface with a brush is essential on a day-to-day basis to maintain the longevity of the screen. Do not exert yourself while cleaning the screen.