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i use a GE lcd/plasma tv screen cleaning system comes with microfiber cloth cleaning spray and a little soft brush it seems to do the job we use it not only on the tv but phones, tablets and computer screen. target sells it for $9.99 but you can always find it in discounted stores for about $4 and it last a long time
rd995 (rep: 150k) posted Sep 22, 2012
Optical grade lense cleaner (from Nikon, Canon, etc), Stoner Invisible glass (can be bought at most any department or grocery store), or DISTILLED water and alcohol at about a 70/30 mix. Tap water contains minerals that will leave deposits hence the streaking.
BTW you should never use a paper towel, it doesnt matter the type of cleaner. The fibers in a paper towel are abrasive and can scratch clear coat, paint, plastic, etc.
We purchased a gel type cleaner and a micro fiber cloth kit when we got our new TV and it does quite well. You don't wanna use any spray liquid that runs down the screen and can get into the electronics.
krmills1 (rep: 14.3k) posted Sep 23, 2012
You can clean it with almost anything other than an item containing ammonia. Like krmills said dont EVER spray on your screen. Spray on your cloth and wipe it. Any of those items I mentioned are fine for a laptop screen.
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