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It is important to clean your TV every now and again to ensure the best picture quality. Flatscreen TVs are made from fragile materials that can be easily damaged by harsh chemicals like Windex. Here are some tips to clean your dirty or dusty TV screen without damaging it.

How to Clean Flat-Screen TVs

First, turn off your flat-screen TV and then unplug it. To remove dust and debris, use a microfiber cloth designed for electronics or glass. You can also dampen the cloth with distilled water and a little soap if you have stains that are difficult to remove.

These steps can be used with any LCD, OLED or plasma TV screen. If you don’t have your manual, you can search the internet for it. There are specific guidelines for cleaning certain TVs.

Unplug your TV. It is safer to turn off your TV. You can also see more dirt and smudges if the TV is not plugged in. This will allow your TV to cool down which will make it easier to clean.

Use a soft, dry microfiber cloth to gently wipe the screen in circular motions to remove any dirt and dust. Some TVs include their own cleaning cloths. You can also use an anti-static microfiber cloth to clean your TV’s screen. This cloth is similar to the one used for cleaning eyeglasses and camera lenses. To clean your TV screen, you should never use tissue, paper towels, or rags. These fibers can scratch your TV screen. Keep your screen from being pressed down too hard. Pressing down too hard on the screen can cause pixels to go black.

How to clean flat-screen TVs

Use distilled water to moisten the cloth for stubborn stains. Do not apply any cleaning product directly to the screen. You can damage electronics by allowing moisture to penetrate the screen’s seal. Only use a clean cloth.

If all else fails, you can try mild dish soap with distilled water. There is no need to use a lot of soap. Panasonic recommends that you use 1 part neutral detergent to 100 portions of water.

Windex and Formula 409 can react with the material on the screen, causing permanent discoloration. You should avoid using any packaged cleaners that contain ammonia, alcohol, or acetone. However, the majority of HDTV screen cleaners contain 99% water.

How to clean a tube TV screen

You can also use the same glass cleaner for older CRTVs or tube TVs. You will need to unplug the TV first. Next, use a microfiber cloth to remove any dust. You can also moisten the cloth using a 50/50 mix of water and rubbing alcohol.

  1. Turn off your TV, and then unplug it.
  2. Use a microfiber cloth or sponge to clean the screen.
  3. Use a 50/50 mix of water and rubbing alcohol to dampen your cloth.
  4. Wipe the screen with a dry cloth.

Mounting your TV can make it even more beautiful after you have cleaned it. To find the right tv mount, take our quick quiz.

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