Things that Need to Avoid and Do when Cleaning the Screen
Chemicals are not always bad to be used in cleaning a laptop screen. However, we also need to know the good and proper materials to clean the laptop in order to anticipate the damage that is likely to occur due to errors in the use of chemicals when cleaning the laptop screen. The following tips are tips that can prevent you from such ignorance.
Do not use:
1 – Alcohol in any concentration. Because alcohol can make the dry surface of the LCD and cause other problems, although it noted that 91% pure alcohol is safe to clean the LCD monitor.
2 – Windex or other ammonia based products. Because ammonia would undermine the screen composition causes it to become brittle, yellow and finally cracked gradually. So that the durability of your laptop screen decreases.
3 – Newspaper, tissue paper or toilet paper. Because the three materials can scratch the surface of the screen with ease because of newspaper, tissue paper, toilet paper or wood fiber.
1 – Water for mild cleaning and dust removal and cleaning of the most neutral and had no impact.
2 – 20-50% water and 50% vinegar mixture. Mixture of both can be used to remove water stains, spots pop, sparks and scratches and smudges from your flat screen without harming the surface.
3 – Microfiber Cloths. This fabric is usually included in the package a new laptop. in addition, this fabric is used for cleaning glasses. How to clean the screen with this cloth also has several steps:
Find a Microfiber cloth used for cleaning
- Gently wipe the screen surface clean using a microfiber cloth
- Mix 1 part water to 1 part vinegar in a spray bottle
- Spray mist of water / vinegar solution to your microfiber cloth
- Using a microfiber cloth misty, gently wipe the screen surface. Against the lines to remove it, Use a swirling motion to remove spots or spatter marks