Best Cleaning Product for Plasma

meeesh

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Grandkids sticky fingers on the tv screen are becoming a nightmare when he comes,anybody got or buy a good product to keep screen clean.

Tried a few things but to no avail,leaves it streaky the stuff I've used.
 

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- HG : Glass & Mirror spray (£2 in Tesco)
- Good quality microfibre cloth (70/30 polyester/polyamide mix, 280-300 GSM)

Spray on cloth, not directly to screen. Wipe and turn over the cloth to dry.
 

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Make sure the plasma screen is cool to the touch before you start.

Search for Paragon Microfibres on eBay for the MF cloths described above.
Its called the "premium" range and is around £2 a piece.
 

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Make sure the plasma screen is cool to the touch before you start.

Search for Paragon Microfibres on eBay for the MF cloths described above.
Its called the "premium" range and is around £2 a piece.

 

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The glass MF cloths are generally good for car windows, mirrors, lenses etc.
Although they can be slightly more abrasive when dry, so dampen this "fishscale" type of glass cloth with plenty of glass cleaning product.

A "short nap" Paragon MF is softer and the individual fibres work better for drawing the dirt/dust/smudges into the cloth and off the screen with less abrasion.
 
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Trevor Morley's Tache

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Plain old water and a couple of good quality micro-fibre cloths.

wet one of the cloths with warm water, and wring out and give it a shake. Fold in half 3 times to form a pad. Wipe the whole screen making sure you get into the corners and edges. Turn over and do the same again.

Before the screen dries, use the dry cloth to remove any streaks.
 

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Grandkids sticky fingers on the tv screen are becoming a nightmare when he comes,anybody got or buy a good product to keep screen clean.

Tried a few things but to no avail,leaves it streaky the stuff I've used.
Seriously mate can't believe your main TV is a Plasma, don't get me wrong they were a great TV in the day (still got my old one in the bedroom)

Hope this helps


Or maybe think about wall mounting so the little bugger cant reach ;)
 
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