When cleaning LCD TV screens, it is important to remember that water and all similar liquids are dangerous. Thus a key point to understanding how to clean a LCD TV screen is knowing to only use liquid when absolutely necessary. Also, when clean the screen of a LCD television with a cleaning solution, you should be very careful to use as little as possible. Never, ever wash a LCD TV screen unless you enjoy cleaning LCD TVs more than your do watching them.
How to Clean a LCD TV Screen Without Water
Most of your care of your LCD TV screen should take place each week when your dust. Simply give the TV a good wiping down with a very clean, soft, dry cloth. HINT: If you want to use the same cloth for the rest of the room or house, wipe the TV screen first before you add any product or the cloth becomes dirty.
Cleaning LCD TVs With Water
While you must never wash a LCD TV Screen, you can clean it with a little water. Start by dampening a soft cloth with a little tap water and wringing it out until it is nearly dry. Then gently wipe the screen to remove any dust, dirt or other type of grime. Next, use another soft cloth to gently dry the screen in order to avoid streaks.
Cleaning the Screen of a LCD Television That Has Greasy Spots
If the damp cloth does not remove all residues, you can try a mixture of alcohol and water. Begin by mixing 1 tablespoon of rubbing alcohol with 1 cup of water in a spray bottle. Spray the mixture on your cleaning cloth (never on the TV itself) and wipe the screen. If this does not remove the rest of the fingerprints or other problems, you can add another tablespoon of alcohol to the mixture. However, you must not make it any stronger than that.Print This Article