Do you miss the great look of a new monitor or cannot imagine the bad picture on the screen? Here are instructions on how to create your own personal cleaning equipment using simple household ingredients. Please read the SVA warnings carefully before attempting to clean any LCD screen!
Today, many manufacturers are not advised to use products containing alcohol, ammonia or other strong components of LCD display cleaning. If you carefully select ingredients for your solution, mixing vessels and cleaning cloths, you can clean your LCD screen and household cleaning products.
If you are not sure about any of the aforementioned, then the safest one is to buy a one-time dry or wet wiping kit available in stores that are tested and specifically designed to clean the LCD and plasma screens.
Here are three methods for cleaning the monitor.
And dirt removal Scratch repair.
Keeping the monitor clean can extend the life of a computer. LCD monitors are made of rubbing chemicals, rags, and even towels, so it’s important to use a gentle method. How to clean a monitor without damaging it.
Turn off the monitor. Keep it for at least 30 minutes to avoid shortcuts. It’s easier to see when the monitor is on and off.
Wipe the monitor with a microfiber cloth. These types of antistatic cloths do not appear on the screen and are soft enough to scratch the surface. Wipe away all visible dust and dirt from the screen.
Do not press firmly on the screen or try to scrub. Otherwise, you may damage it and it will be discolored the next time you turn it on.
Do not use old T-shirts, towels, paper products or other fabrics to wipe the screen. Thesis lice can leave scratches.
Clean the frame. Spray window cleaner or other soft cleaners on a clean cloth and wipe the frame around the screen. The frame is made of sturdy plastic, so you can scrub it a bit if you want to remove dirt.
Do not spray the cleaner directly on the frame as it may accidentally get onto the screen.
Do not forget the footsteps of the monitor, the buttons and the back. Remove dirt and dust with the rag. Wrap a corner of the cloth around your finger to reach the hard-to-reach spaces.
Removal of stains and dirt.
Spray on LCD cleaning fluid on a microfiber cloth. Make the cloth damp, but not dripping wet with the liquid. Use a microfiber cloth, no paper towel or other types of cloth. Gently rub the spot on the screen. Grater circular to remove the spot, it is sticky food particles, ink or other substance. Do not rub or scrub too hard. It may take a few moments for the solution to settle in the stain to remove it.
Resist the temptation to the solution directly on the screen if the stain is persistent. Instead, moisten the rag with a further solution and gently press it on the stain for a few moments to let it work, then rub it farther away. When the stain has been removed, wipe the area with a dry part of the cloth dry.
Use vinegar as a natural cleanser. Dilute ¼ cup of vinegar with a few tablespoons of water, dip the microfiber cloth into the solution, and gently rub the vinegar over the stain on the screen. When the stain is removed, rub dry with a dry place on the cloth.
Check the warranty. If your monitor has a scratch, you may want to replace it. Check the warranty of your monitor. If you try to repair the scratch yourself, further damage may not be covered by the insurance.
Buy a scratch repair kit. In department stores and computer departments, you can buy LCD monitors. Follow the instructions for using the scratch solution on the screen.
Try Vaseline. If the scratch is small, you can use a little Vaseline. Apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly to the scratch with a cotton swab. This does not repair the scratch but makes it less visible.
Use paint. Use a clear coat or nail polish on the scratch. Use a small brush to carefully apply the paint to the scratch. Let it dry completely before using your monitor.
Obtain a microfiber cloth and a TFT cleaner. Then spray the cleaner on the microfiber cloth and wipe lightly over the monitor. Repeat this procedure has been removed.
To clean the corners and cracks, you can use a brush. Make sure the bristles are not too hard. For example, marten hair brushes are suitable.
Always check the manufacturer’s instructions for the particular model.
Before cleaning a monitor, disconnecting it from the power supply and the computer. In the case of a laptop, the system should be off. If possible, remove the battery.
You should not do this to your monitor.
Even if you only mean it well: Careful cleaning actions can cause lasting damage to your screen.
Never soak the cloth in water. It should only be slightly damp. Otherwise, it can penetrate into the interior of the screen during cleaning and causes short circuits there.
Never spray the cleaner directly on the monitor. Otherwise, the protective layer is too strongly attacked and the picture at this point is bad.
Do not use window cleaner or detergent. Window cleaner smears the screen sooner than it cleans it and with too much detergent you can quickly damage the coating of the monitor.
If you have your monitors, you can provide the right light and clean your windows.
Never make your cleaning cloth completely wet! It should only be slightly damp, otherwise, it may happen to get into the screen and cause short circuits there.
Even glass cleaners, abrasives or polishes are not suitable as they cause streaks.
Kitchen towels, kitchen sponges or cloths are too rough for the screens and leave scratches and lint.
So, you should not try to remove coarse dirt particles with your fingernail. Scratches are guaranteed!
To keep your monitor clean, you can seal it with nano-technology.