If you accidentally damage the TV’s LCD with a cleaner, you will either need to get it repaired or get a brand new TV. For such TV models, some gadgets are not suitable at all.
For example, it is not recommended to clean the LCD screen with products containing acetone or alcohol; window cleaners; solvents, gasoline; vehicles for the car; vinegar solution; soda; napkins, toilet paper, paper towels, newspapers, old t-shirts.
In general, the cleaning agent itself should be applied to a cloth first, not directly to the screen. And the cloth should be only slightly damp. After cleaning, the screen must dry before you can turn the TV back on.
To clean the LCD TV from dust and dirt, the following tools will help. Flannel or microfiber cloths, equipment maintenance kits, foam and gels, dry wipes (produced from a special fiber that does not leave lint on the screen after wiping), special wet wipes.
Finally, if you do not have a special product on hand, a simple soap (without additives and dyes) mix with distilled water will help.
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