Try to avoid these five mistakes when cleaning the TV

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Do you make these mistakes when cleaning the TV?

Your TV needs a good cleaning once in a while to avoid gathering a lot of dust, and being covered with greasy fingerprints. You may think that this is a simple job – just a matter of wiping it over with a damp cloth, and you’re done. Unfortunately, you can still do some things wrong when you clean the TV. Try to avoid these five mistakes from now on.

Try to avoid these five mistakes from now on when you clean the TV.

1. Dishcloth

Do you use a standard dishcloth to clean the TV? If so, it’s better to exchange it for a microfiber cloth. These wipes are specially designed to wipe dirt from glass, screens, cell phones and camera lenses. The biggest advantage of a microfiber cloth is that it does not leave any stripes or scratches on the glass screen.

2. Liquids

Liquids can cause serious damage to LCD, LED and plasma screens, especially if the liquid contain ammonia, alcohol or acetone. It is best to clean the screen with a dry microfiber cloth. Rub greasy fingerprints a few times, and they’ll disappear almost immediately. If the stains persist, then use a special cleaning agent that is made for cleaning glass screens such as TVs, cell phones and computer monitors.

Read further on the next page to see other mistakes that can be made while cleaning the TV.

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