How To Clean Pioneer Plasma Screen TV

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A soft microfiber cloth and some water are sufficient to clean televisions or monitors. In case of doubt, you should avoid using cleaning agents (see text on the left).

Duster and Swiffer
Use a soft duster or “swiffer” to dust the screen once a week.

Brush, compressed air can
The best way to clean corners or cracks is with a brush or compressed air (available as a photo accessory). The brush should be soft and have bristles a good three centimeters long.

A little water is usually enough to clean the screen with a microfiber cloth. In the test, a window cleaner that contained neither vinegar nor citric acid did not harm the televisions. Nevertheless, warnings from the cleaning agent manufacturers often contain notes such as “Not suitable for LCDs”. The companies want to protect themselves against warranty claims in case something should happen. If you want to be on the safe side, you should not use window cleaners at all or very rarely to clean an LCD television.

Cloths for damp cleaning the screen
The cloths should be soft and lint-free. You need one cloth for damp cleaning and one to dry off. It is best to use microfiber cloths.

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