plasma screens

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  1. chrisgreen

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    whats the best thing to clean plasma screens without smearing:Smile:
     
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    Take screen, ensure it is not plugged in, dunk in boiling water with a little vinegar, scrub. Perfect result every time, not sure how well the screen will work afterwards though :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Nitromors




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    Englishmen. Once you have stopped them snivelling:thumb:
     
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    "Brillo" pad..... :thumb:
     
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    ... an oily rag?


    we got a tub of computer screenwipes from the £1 shop. Seem to work ok.


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    Actually Chris if it's your tv I would suggest sandpaper:thumb:
     
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    I would have thought a slightly damp sponge very gently
    just water..........other things may cause damage.

    barry
     
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    tried a micro fibre cloth with just water and it left smears,might try the screen wipes on a very small part of the screen and see what happens:Smile:
     
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    I use kitchen paper towel dampened with water with a drop of vinegar in it.

    whatever you do don't let water run down the screen.... been there :Doh:
     
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    That's it that's what I meant, I new it had vinegar in it :thumb::thumb:
     
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    Vinegar will clean most things.
    In France you can buy vinaigre alcool-- 35c a bottle.
    Cleans windows, mirrors, taps, removes limescale from kettles, put in washing machine kills all bacteria, clears any limescale and makes the towels come out fluffy!!

    Soften up a paper towel by scrunching it up and rubbing it together, dampen very slightly with water, then add some vinegar. Polish screen afterwards with a cotton cloth or another piece of softened paper towel.
     
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    Chris...Im confused..dont you wear rubber gloves when washing your tv....honestly Jaws and the rest of us havent suffered smearing for years..we have fresh delicate hands.

    has anyone tried the oil of you lay "Wild opium seed extract and vanilla pod in rose petal " hand cream after washing....
     
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    How much were they ? :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    no and no:Smile:
     
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    Piece of rare steak!:Laughing:
     
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    Special plasma screen cleaning cloth. Ours is jml. Do not dampen just wipe. :thumb:
     
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