* Slightly scratched!
First, we need to understand a little background to know LCD screens, why we should be careful when cleaning. LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display; molecules, under layers of the sandwich has polarized plates. These plates are usually produced by "plastic-like polymer materials, and like all plastics, they can be easily scratched or gouged, even just your finger nails! Therefore, cleaning LCDs require special care in cleaning when compared toThe old glass CRT monitors!
* What you need
- Isopropyl alcohol (aka isopropanol)
- Distilled water (not tap water!)
- A soft cloth (lint)
1. Dilute the rubbing alcohol in a mixture with about 50% alcohol and the remainder distilled water.
2. Pour this solution into a spray bottle. Old Windex bottles are good, as in a fog spray pattern with just the right amount for a good coverage of the screen. The spray bottles, squirt anSingle-stream solution tend to drip everywhere.
3. Spray the mixture on a soft, lint-free cloth. Old T-shirts and microfiber car wash cloth are both good choices. Large towels are better because it helps reduce the risk of leaving streaks on the screen too much pressure.
4. Gently wipe the cloth on the screen in a circular motion in unison. Apply even pressure on the cloth and take care not to press too hard or scratch the screen with your finger nails!
- Expensive products you at the "computer screen cleaning" Gang of local computer shop to contain the same basic ingredients of alcohol and water! Some even contain other harmful chemicals such as ethylene glycol, which should be fine glass on older CRT monitors can not be used on LCD screens! Some of the additional chemicals can be harmful to the environment and health.
- Make sure to use mineral water! No tap water, you do not want heavy mineralSpots on the screen.
- Do not use tissue paper, they will leave lint and spots of paper stuck to your monitor. Also, they are too thin, risking damage by poking your finger nails.
- Do not use too much solution. If you do this, wipe it out with the cloth and less.
- You can also lint-free lens cleaning cloths stores from photography, but they are thinner, so be on your fingernails poking through careful.
- For a cheap ready-made solution from memory, you canalso CD / DVD cleaner, it's been designed so that plastic-safe, and is a simple solution of about 50% isopropyl alcohol.
* Some precautions
- Do not use Windex or other glass cleaner! These include ammonia, which is fine for glass, but will hurt your LCD screen!
- Try not to use the really cheap paper towels, like the hard brown in public restrooms. You can re-screen.
- Make sure you shut down your computer and your monitor, then unplug from the wall. Thisreduces the risk of electrical damage in case you spill some of the solution based on components.
- Do not drink isopropyl alcohol? It is poisonous!
- If you are unsure, you can create a small corner of the screen, the first test.
Follow the instructions and suggestions above, and your faithful LCD monitor should you year for clean, clear, trouble-free operation.
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