Don’t wreck your flat screen TV


Don’t wreck your flat screen TV

Flat-screen TVs are great when it comes to picture quality. But they’re kind of a pain when it’s time to clean them. You have to be extra careful to not damage the screen and you can only use certain types of products. Sometimes it doesn’t even seem worth it to have a flat screen!
Before you trade in your flat-screen TV for an older model, try some of these cleaning tips. Just make sure that you always start by wiping away the dust with a soft, dry microfiber cloth. Sometimes that’s all it takes, but for those times when you need to do a little deeper cleaning, we’ve got some tips to help you out.

1. Vinegar

Gently wipe the screen with a dry microfiber cloth to remove any dust particles. Mix a solution of equal parts distilled water and white vinegar. Dip your cloth in this mixture and squeeze out as much liquid as you can. Wipe across the screen carefully with the damp rag and then wipe over it again with a dry rag to remove any excess moisture.

2. Window cleaner

If you have a glass-tube television, then window cleaner (preferably Windex) can be used to clean the screen. Spray the window cleaner on a soft cloth and wipe the screen. Never spray anything directly onto the television screen! After you’ve used the damp side of the cloth, flip it over to the dry side and buff the screen dry.

3. Dish soap


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