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Old 09-25-2013, 12:32 AM   #1
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Best way to clean a plasma TV screen? Someone told me microfiber cloth and distilled water, is this true?
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Not sure about Plasma's but that's what the manual for my LED/LCD recommends. I'd imagine cleaning them would be the same though.
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Best way to clean a plasma TV screen? Someone told me microfiber cloth and distilled water, is this true?
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Ok, do I wet the microfiber cloth first? If so how much water do I use?
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Ok, do I wet the microfiber cloth first? If so how much water do I use?
My manual says to "spray the cloth 4 to 6 times".
My Current Setup:
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Onkyo TX-NR818 Amps: Crown XLS 1500 (Mains), Dayton Audio SA230 (Sub) Display: BenQ W1070 on Elite Screens Silver Frame series 84" Front L/R Speakers: Polk Audio Monitor 70's Center Speaker: Polk Audio CS2 Rear L/R Speakers: Polk Audio Monitor 30's Sub: 1 DIY 12 Inch Sealed sub Blu-Ray/Gaming/Music/TV: Custom built desktop computer
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Old 09-25-2013, 06:50 AM   #6
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My manual says to "spray the cloth 4 to 6 times".
That would be sufficient.
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And is there a certain motion I should wipe in? I guess I will just use an old spray bottle.
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Use this: Monster Ultimate Performance TV Cleaning Kit

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I don't use any type of solution at all, to clean my screen to smear it. I use a soft dry cloth, or a feather duster to dust it with because it doesn't get dirty or grimy with oily fingerprints by being touched. If the screen doesn't get manhandled with fingerprints constantly, the screen shouldn't need cleaning by using solvents. But if the person have small children, then that's another story!

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my 3 year old took a permanent sharpie to my plasma screen.

i thought for sure it was ruined. windex saved the day and it came off with some pressure.
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