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There’s nothing worse when gaming or doing work and having those annoying specs of dust on your monitor screen, making words on the display look strange or creating an illusion of an enemy in the distance. You might not want to do it but cleaning your monitor screen is the only way of removing some of the grime that magically appears on there but there is some care that needs to be taken otherwise you could end up damaging it.

Today, we’re going to go through how not to clean your monitor screen, giving you main things to avoid, in an effort to prevent any potential monitor mutilation as well as the strategies to get it done successfully, providing you with all the products you’ll need and the methods required.

How Not To Clean Your Monitor Screen

So, you want to clean a monitor screen but want to avoid all the pitfalls? Let’s look at the absolute don’ts when undertaking the delicate task.

Don’t Spray Cleaning Fluid Directly Onto The Screen

Like a lot of cleaning methods throughout your home, if you’re like me, you’ll spray either cleaning fluid or a bit of polish directly on the areas and then wipe off with some sort of cloth. This, however, is a bit no-no with monitor screens. Due to today’s screens boasting an ultra-thin nature, spraying a water-like substance directly on there could result in causing water damage to your display, getting under the top layer, resulting in some serious pixel issues. You might think, well water dries right? Yes, technically you are correct but by that point, the damage has already been done and there’s no saving your monitor.

Don’t Use Window Cleaning Fluid/Rubbing Alcohol

While you might think this is the best solution for cleaning your monitor screen thanks to the great job they both do on the other things you use them on but sadly, these types of cleaning products can actually strip the reflective layer that comes on the top of your screen, preventing any potential glare. This is obviously bad and if you were to continue using products like this on your monitor, you’ll end up stripping more and more layers off the screen.

Don’t Use Paper Towels Or Standard Rags

This might be a no brainer for you cleaning experts out there but avoiding using something like paper towels or a general-purpose cloth is a must when it comes to cleaning your monitor screen. This might seem a bit trivial but it’s actually integral for getting it right. Neither paper-towels nor general-purpose cloths are designed for delegate devices like monitor thus meaning abrasion will almost certainly occur.

How To Clean Your Monitor Screen

Now we’ve got the worse things you can do to your monitor screen when attempting to clean it, let’s get into what you should be doing to get the job done safely and successfully.

Use A Microfiber Cloth

We’ve talked about the tools not to use when cleaning your monitor screen but this microfiber cloth variant is exactly what’s required to clean your monitor screen as safe as possible. There’s some expensive microfiber cloths and more budget options available but they pretty much all do the same job so don’t worry about picking one up for $1. You’re going to be using this as your main method of cleaning thanks to its positive charge, meaning they attract negatively charged dirt and grease right onto the cloth, taking whatever is on your screen completely off without any abrasion.

How To Safely Clean Your Monitor Screen With A Microfiber Cloth

Now, let’s talk about how to use that microfiber cloth properly.

If you’re simply trying to get rid of dust on your monitor screen, the positive charge of the cloth should make light work of it, hopefully removing any particles clinging to your display. Ensure you’re not pressing down too hard, it needs a delicate wipe, no forceful pressure otherwise you could cause the front layer of the screen to press against the pixels, destroying them in the process.

If there’s tougher residue on your monitor screen (probably from snacking) it’ll require a little more elbow grease. For this, dampen your microfiber cloth a little. Yes, we have mentioned previously that water is bad for your monitor screen (like all electronics) but when we say dampen your cloth, we mean very lightly. This certainly doesn’t mean soak it so it’s dripping wet, you only need to add a tiny bit of water to hopefully dissolve/dislodge those stains and remove them off your screen. Again, like using a dry cloth to get the dust off, apply as little pressure as possible to avoid causing damage.

These methods should get your screen looking brand spanking new but if not, or if you’re too scared to go in with a cloth, there’s a secondary method that could help you.

The LCD screens in televisions and monitors are very delicate and cleaning should be done with the utmost care and attention to prevent any damage. These screens are composed of liquid crystal and the wrong materials or technique could cause scratches and other damage.

However with a bit of know-how and the right equipment, cleaning your TV screen or PC monitor should be quick and easy. So keep reading and let OneHowTo explain how to clean an LCD screen without damaging it. You can also use these techniques if your TV has a plasma screen.

Turn off your LCD screen for cleaning. If you notice a stain or mark while using your TV or computer, you should turn it off before cleaning, and wait for a few minutes before you proceed with the cleaning process.

Firstly, remove any dust that has accumulated on our LCD screen with a feather duster or specially designed cleaning cloth. Do not use dry cloths that are too coarse as you could scratch the screen or leave fibers from the cloth on the screen.

Should the LCD screen have fingerprints, it is quite normal if they are within reach of our hands, then we need to clean it with a little alcohol. Dampen a cloth and gently clean the affected area only.

If you have a very dusty screen, it can also be removed from LCDs with a damp cloth using distilled water. However you should only dampen the cloth, do not soak it in distilled water because too much contact with liquid could affect the operation of the display.

If the LCD has grease stains or more persistent or notable dirt marks, then you can clean it with a cloth and a small amount of white vinegar. This should remove tougher stains from your TV screen, and will avoid you needing to apply excessive pressure which could also damage the screen.

Do not use any other chemicals. Always remember that these screens are very delicate so any contact with acetone, ethyl alcohol, ammonia or others could cause irreversible damage.

Do not apply liquid directly to the screen. Always slightly damp cloth and wipe inwards, away from the screen edges to prevent the liquid going into the screen.

Do not apply pressure. As we have already mentioned you should be very careful to avoid applying too much pressure to your LCD screen. Too much pressure will damage the screen quite easily. If you do need to apply some pressure to remove a stain, try to apply pressure with your palm rather than a finger, as this will distribute the pressure more evenly and minimize the risk of damage.

Do not use paper to clean an LCD as this could cause scratches. Yes this includes tissues and toilet paper.

If you want to read similar articles to How to Clean an LCD/LED TV or Computer Screen, we recommend you visit our Electronics category.

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It is always best to follow manufacturer’s suggestions for product care, but generally it is safe to clean an LCD screen using a very soft, 100% cotton cloth, and a mixture of distilled water and clear vinegar. If you prefer buying ready-made products, LCD cleaners are available from electronics shops in spray bottles.

How to clean a computer monitorlcd screenSome LCD cleaning solutions come in spray bottles.

While it might be tempting to use an old tee shirt for a cotton cloth, the seams can potentially scratch the screen. Flannel is the recommended material, and you can visit a fabric shop and buy a yard (0.9 meters) of 100% untreated cotton flannel for very little money. By purchasing this amount of fabric, you’ll be able to cut new cloths when the old one gets dirty. Microfiber cloth is also a good choice.

How to clean a computer monitorlcd screenA LCD screen.

Distilled water is pure and therefore safe to use to clean an LCD screen. Do not use tap water, as the minerals can ruin the screen’s finish.

How to clean a computer monitorlcd screenAn LCD screen may be cleaned by using a mixture of white vinegar and distilled water.

While many people use isopropyl alcohol in a 50/50 solution with distilled water, some manufacturers warn against this. If you are inclined to use isopropyl rather than vinegar, check with the manufacturer’s website of your LCD product to be sure this is acceptable. Many store-bought LCD cleaners contain isopropyl, and it is generally considered safe and effective.

Otherwise, a 50/50 solution of distilled water and white vinegar can be combined in a spray bottle. Avoid using a bottle that had previous cleaners or agents in it — a new spray bottle can be purchased at the grocery store. Choose a sprayer that is capable of a fine mist.

Cut a piece of cloth large enough to fold into a nice square pad that is a few layers thick. Spray your 50/50 solution on to the surface of the cloth, lightly dampening it. Be sure the cloth isn’t so wet that it will drip down the screen. Do not spray the solution directly on to the LCD screen.

Before you clean an LCD screen, power it off to avoid potential damage. Take your cloth and gently wipe the surface from top to bottom, moving downward in a straight line. When you reach the bottom lift the cloth away and place it at the top again to proceed. Use a very light touch, as pressing against the screen could damage its pixels.

Do not move the cloth in a circular motion to rub out fingerprints or smudges. The solution will do the trick. If you have to cover an area twice, wait until its dry, then repeat the process. The vinegar should cut through any dirt or body oils deposited on the screen. By following this simple procedure, your screen should stay clear and unblemished.

Never use paper towels, napkins, or tissues to clean an LCD screen. These materials will either scratch the screen or leave debris. Household cleaners and ammonia should also be avoided, as they can leave a white cast, ruining the screen’s finish.

How to clean a computer monitorlcd screenIsopropyl alcohol, which can be diluted and used to clean an LCD screen.

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Discussion Comments

Don’t spray the screen because the mist can get in the sides and bottom/top of screen area and short out your monitor. Play it safe and spray the cloth. These things are expensive. John57 November 15, 2012

It is good to know that flannel is the best material to use to clean an LCD screen. I learned the hard way how important it is to use the right products to clean these screens. I was spraying on a general cleaner, with a paper towel and now my screen has a dull finish to it.

I am going to try the vinegar and water solution to see if this will help. I don’t have high hopes that my screen will look like new again, but now I know what not to do the next time I buy something that has an LCD screen. myharley November 15, 2012

I use a multipurpose biodegradable cleaner to clean my LCD screens. This is a diluted solution that I use to clean the glass in my home. I have never had any problem using this on my screens. I also use this on my iPad to get rid of all the fingerprints. I have found if I use this all the time it also seems to keep the fingerprints from building up as often. LisaLou November 14, 2012

It’s sure a lot cheaper to mix up a bottle of clear vinegar and water than it is to buy the cleaning products at the store.

I keep a small bottle of this mixed up all the time and always spray on the cloth before wiping the screen. I don’t mind the smell of vinegar so this doesn’t bother me. Because it is diluted in water it isn’t that strong anyway and quickly disappears.

You can use this cleaning solution for a lot of other uses in your home. It is safe for you and the environment and works just as good or better than cleaning products that have chemicals in them.

I have always wondered what was the best way to clean an LCD screen. After spending that much money on something I didn’t want to ruin it by using something I wasn’t supposed to. I have just taking a soft cloth and wiping away the dust when the screen is turned off. So far this has worked OK for me, but I like knowing I can use a liquid solution as long as I don’t directly spray on the screen. anon291743 September 16, 2012

There are two types of issues that may arise from using a spray on your LCD display.

First, you run the risk of having liquid run down between the diffusion layers on the LCD, or hitting the CCFL in there and shorting out your inverter.

The second problem is that manufacturers sometimes put the T-Con board at the bottom of the TV. Or if it is a plasma. you have buffers that run along the bottom edge. Again shorting those out will kill your monitor/TV.

It’s just as easy and safer to spray the cloth you wish to use rather than the screen itself. The screens are not sealed in anyway, so any drips can possibly cause damage if they get inside. anon276434 June 24, 2012

I sprayed water on the screen, which resulted in a cloudy sort of screen. Will that cloudiness go or not? I am still confused. anon104882 August 18, 2010

You don’t spray it on the screen because cleaners used to damage the seal on the bottom edge of the screen. I don’t believe is still happens as long as something reasonable is used. The warning is most likely still there simply to cover themselves if someone uses something that is much to harsh and allows it to drip down the screen. stare31 February 22, 2010

Get the low-down on how to safely remove dust, fingerprints, smudges and streaks from any type of laptop screen or computer monitor.

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We’ve all lived that moment when our computer monitor is met with the perfect stream of daylight, and the thought crosses your mind as you squint to see through the scattered fingerprints and dust: “Whoa, when was the last time I cleaned this thing?”

Let’s get your screen clean, pronto.

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There are a few different types of screens, and your cleaning options vary between the surfaces. It’s critical to know how to clean your specific screen because, if you do it wrong, the active ingredients in the cleaning agents could affect the display of sensitive crystals or cause permanent damage in the form of streaks and scratches.

Important cleaning tips:

  • Always turn off your computer and monitor before cleaning.
  • Avoid excess moisture, especially if you’re cleaning around plugs and ports.
  • Use soft, lint-free microfiber cloths and nothing rough or abrasive.
  • Never spray cleaner directly onto your screen. Mist it onto a cloth, and use the cloth to wipe down the screen.
  • Be aware of the type of screen you have, and refer to manufacturer guidelines for cleaning if there’s any doubt.
  • It doesn’t hurt to wipe down the surface of your keys and your mouse at the same time you’re cleaning your screen, since many germs are housed on those surfaces. Using a dry microfiber cloth is always safest when it comes to removing dust.

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Mac Screens vs. PC Screens

Are there different considerations for cleaning a Mac screen versus a PC screen? In short, yes. We know that there are hundreds of different computer and monitor models to consider, but in general, screens are either backlit LED made with LCD (liquid-crystal display) pixels, or a non-LCD glass-coated surface. And just to note, some of the newer matte glass screens are nano-texture glass, which require a special polishing cloth from the manufacturer and should be cleaned with nothing else.

LCD screens are more susceptible to damage by cleaning agents, but because they’re commonly used on PC laptops and standalone computer monitors, there are lots of easy-to-use products available to clean them. It’s not that they’re hard to clean, but you’ll have to be careful and diligent so you don’t damage the surface or any of the LED elements. Any cleaners that include ammonia will leave a film. Soap and water can cause damage. It’s always safest and most effective to use an LCD cleaner free of alcohol, ammonia and acetone to clean an LCD screen, but if you need a DIY fix, you’ll be successful if you use a microfiber cloth that’s sprayed lightly with a mix of vinegar and distilled water.

Most Mac computer screens are glass-coated and can be cleaned and resolved streak-free more easily than LCD products using glass cleaners, like Windex, or a cloth lightly sprayed with rubbing alcohol. Nano-texture glass screens on products like the Apple Pro Display XDR or iMac require use of the special polishing cloth sold by Apple.

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Even the best computer monitors can get dirty or scuffed up just like any piece of technology. Modern displays are sensitive pieces of equipment, so we have assembled some tips on how to safely sanitize and clean your LCD, OLED, or LED screen.

How to Clean a Computer Monitor

Cleaning a computer monitor is on the simpler side, but there are still some definitive steps to take to ensure the overall longevity of the display.

Tips to Safely Sanitize Your Display

Here are a number of useful tips and things to avoid while cleaning and sanitizing your computer monitor.

Turn Off Your Monitor Before Cleaning

The very first thing to remember is to make sure your computer display is turned off before beginning the cleaning process. Cleaning the monitor while it is powered on could accidentally cause damage, including dead pixels . Additionally, cleaning the monitor while it is powered down makes it easier to complete the cleaning process, as you’ll have an easier time seeing dirt, grime, and dust.

Warning: Cleaning the monitor while it is powered on could accidentally cause damage, including dead pixels

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Use a Microfiber Cloth

Generally speaking, one should use a high-quality microfiber cloth to safely clean a computer monitor. These microfiber cloths are incredibly gentle and will not cause damage to the screen. We suggest taking the cloth and cleaning the surface of the monitor in smooth, long motions. This alone should be enough to get rid of any dust buildup. It may not, however, be enough to handle caked-in grime and dirt.

Tip: Generally speaking, one should use a high-quality microfiber cloth to safely clean a computer monitor

Avoid Harsh Cleaning Chemicals

Take great care to avoid harsh cleaning chemicals when it comes to making sure your computer monitor is thoroughly sanitized. You can use a gentle cleaning agent that is advertised for use with computer displays, but water should suffice in most instances. We do recommend using distilled or filtered water for this procedure, as tap water could contain minerals or other substances that could be harmful to the monitor . If the grime does not respond to water alone, add a bit of distilled white vinegar to the cleaning agent.

Warning: We do recommend using distilled or filtered water for this procedure, as tap water could contain minerals or other substances that could be harmful to the monitor

Tip: If the grime does not respond to water alone, add a bit of distilled white vinegar to the cleaning agent

Allow it to Dry

If you have used water to thoroughly clean the surface of the monitor, be sure to let it fully dry before powering it on. We would suggest at least an hour. If one does not wait long enough for a proper drying process to occur, the electrical components of the monitor could become damaged due to moisture.

Warning: If one does not wait long enough for a proper drying process to occur, the electrical components of the monitor could become damaged due to moisture

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For 99% of your everyday dust and fingerprints, a damp microfiber cloth should adequately service most computer monitors.

If there is a touch stain (such as food) on the monitor, you can also try using a mixture of 50 percent distilled water and 50 percent white vinegar.

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How to Clean a Computer Monitor FAQ

Can I clean my monitor with the liquid I use to clean my glasses?

You can use this liquid to clean the frame of your display, but not the screen. These liquids often contain ammonia and other chemicals that can damage your monitor.

How do I remove a kerosene stain from a monitor screen?

We would recommend gently dabbing water mixed with distilled white vinegar onto a microfiber cloth.

Can I use water and soap to clean my laptop screen?

You can absolutely use a bit of water to clean your laptop screen, but we would soap as many soaps contain harsh chemicals that can damage the internal components of a laptop.

Remember when your computer LCD display had that brand-new, fresh out-of-the-box shine? If it’s looking a bit dull lately, we’ll show you how to safely give it a good cleaning.

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Remember when your computer LCD display had that brand-new, fresh out-of-the-box shine? If it’s looking a little dull lately, it might be time to give it a good cleaning. Here’s how:

Step 1: Disconnect the power cord from desktop monitors. For laptop displays, turn the laptop off, unplug the power cord, and remove the battery.

Step 2: Gently wipe the dust from the surface of the display using a dry, lint-free cloth, like a microfiber cloth. Remove any tags that may be on the cloth to avoid scratching the display with the tags.

Step 3: For tough spots, lightly dampen a microfiber cloth with water and gently wipe the display with as little pressure as possible.

If you prefer, you can use a cleanser made specifically for cleaning LCD displays, but do not spray it directly onto the display. Spray a small amount of the cleaner onto a microfiber cloth first, to avoid getting any cleaning solution inside the display.

Do not use any products with the following agents:

  • ammonia
  • ethyl alcohol
  • acetone
  • ethyl acid
  • methyl chloride

Those cleaning agents will damage the finish and any special coatings that may be on the display.

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Cleaning your screen routinely will enable you to see the presentation simpler. Additionally, you can also use a transparent LCD or a transparent display to produce media that reveals products behind the screen and improves the quality of your presentation. Now, coming back to the main topic earth, residue, and unique mark smears aren’t going to do any long haul harm to your screen, however, they unquestionably may divert you while attempting to headshot Tracer in Overwatch. Let’s be honest, your screen is dingy—it’s an ideal opportunity to clean it. There are numerous arrangements accessible for procurement, however, you can undoubtedly make a cleaning arrangement at home also.

You may feel that cleaning your screen is simple, and you’re correct. In any case, the procedure is marginally more entangled than simply cleaning it with the edge of your shirt—or surprisingly more dreadful, a paper towel.

Pursue this manual for appropriately clean your PC screen.

For basic dustings, an impact of packed air (similar stuff you use to thump the residue out of your case fans) ought to work, potentially followed up by a brisk dry wipe-down.

Concerning what you wipe with, a piece of microfiber fabric is your closest companion. Microfiber is very delicate (at a minute level) and known for pulling in residue and engrossing oils. In particular, it won’t harm your screen.

Strategy 1 Cleaning the screen

1. Power down the screen. This brings down the danger of electric shock as well as will enable you to all the more effectively observe residue and grime on the screen.

2. Wipe the residue off with a dry fabric. Go in moderate, roundabout movements. Try not to apply an excessive amount of weight to the screen. Make a point to utilize a build-up the free, non-rough fabric to wipe. An enormous material is best since it will diminish the danger of leaving streaks over the screen from finger weight.

• Suggested non-rough fabrics:

• Cotton tea towel

• Avoid the accompanying, as they are excessively rough:

3. Apply the cleaning answer for the material. Try not to shower the arrangement legitimately onto the screen. Dribbles can prompt glitches and perpetual harm. Rather, shower the fabric with the cleaning arrangement. Apply a modest quantity of cleaning arrangement at once, as abundance dampness on the screen can harm it over the long haul.

• See the areas beneath on making or obtaining a cleaning arrangement

4. Clean the grime off with the fabric. Work in little circles, and keep away from the direct weight on the screen. Try not to scratch at any smears; enable the cleaner to break down them.

• You may need to rehash the application and cleaning process a few times for predicament.

• Wipe off any abundance dampness when you are done the cleaning.

5. Allow them to screen dry. Ensure that the screen is totally dry before driving it back on. This will limit the danger of dampness harming the inner segments.

• Do not utilize blow driers or some other warming instrument to accelerate the drying procedure. Give the drying a chance to happen via air.

Technique 2 Making a Cleaning Solution

1. Get the correct water. Abstain from utilizing faucet water when making a cleaning arrangement. Faucet water frequently has minerals that can harm the screen. Rather, use refined water. Refined water can be purchased all things considered basic food item outlets, or you can make your own.

2. Include a cleaning specialist. The two most prevalent cleaning specialists for natively constructed arrangements are isopropyl liquor and white vinegar. The decision boils down to individual inclination, as both are viable at expelling intense grime. Abstain from blending the two, however, stick with either.

• Do not utilize any cleaning specialist that utilizations alkali, for example, window cleaners, as this can stain your screen.

• When utilizing isopropyl liquor, don’t utilize in excess of a 50/50 blend with refined water. In case you’re utilizing vinegar, start with a 50/50 blend and include more vinegar if the arrangement isn’t sufficient.

• Vodka can fill in as a swap for isopropyl liquor.

Technique 3 Purchasing a Cleaning Solution

1. Most cleaning arrangements utilize exclusive blends that they guarantee work best. See what different clients need to state about the item before focusing on a buy.

A few arrangements go about as all the more a clean than a cleaner, so make a point to peruse the full item depictions.

2. Get a full cleaning pack. On the off chance that you don’t have any great material lying around, buy a cleaning unit. These ordinarily accompany microfiber materials fit to cleaning transparent LCD shows.

3. Think about cleaning wipes. In the event that you’d like to abstain from utilizing and cleaning fabric, you can buy dispensable cleaning wipes explicitly intended for screens.