Duronic SCK101 LCD TFT LED & Plasma TV Screen Cleaner (200m) Plus Free Microfibre Cloth - Was £9.99 Now £3.99 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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The Duronic screen cleaner is different. It gives Crystal clear, screen for optimum picture and performance from your TV
200ml Streak-free, low Viscosity cleaning gel for spotless screens.
Lint-free microfibre cloth cleans safely and thoroughly. Can be washed and reused
Suitable for LCD, LED, Plasma & CRT Screen & Computer Monitors
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#1
Good find, this sells for around £20 mark in most high street electrical stores. Have some Heat
1 Like #2
dont they do a version in poundland??
#3
LOUGHBORO GUY
dont they do a version in poundland??

I believe it is completely different to this make and quality. You get what you pay for IMHO
#4
ordered mine! thanks
#5
been after some of this for a while. ordered & heat added.
1 Like #6
Hopefully it'll remove the traces of my 3yr old's attempts to poke Iggle Piggle in the eye ....
#7
I will give it a go.
1 Like #8
God some people are gullible! The front of a TV is a sheet of glass and you can clean it with anything that dries without streaking as long as you don't make it too wet.
1 Like #9
indianajon
God some people are gullible! The front of a TV is a sheet of glass and you can clean it with anything that dries without streaking as long as you don't make it too wet.

All i can say is NO, but welcome anyway to HUKD
#10
interesting..
#11
indianajon
God some people are gullible! The front of a TV is a sheet of glass and you can clean it with anything that dries without streaking as long as you don't make it too wet.
If it is a CRT then it is glass....
1 Like #12
indianajon
God some people are gullible! The front of a TV is a sheet of glass and you can clean it with anything that dries without streaking as long as you don't make it too wet.

For you my friend Mr sheen all the way
#13
use bleach or a soapy rag - job done
#14
arsenal79place
indianajon
God some people are gullible! The front of a TV is a sheet of glass and you can clean it with anything that dries without streaking as long as you don't make it too wet.
All i can say is NO, but welcome anyway to HUKD

Have you ever been to a panel manufacturing plant then?

"Building a display"
"A typical shutter assembly consists of a sandwich of several layers deposited on two thin glass sheets forming the front and back of the display. For smaller display sizes (under 30 inches), the glass sheets can be replaced with plastic.

The rear sheet starts with a polarizing film, the glass sheet, the active matrix components and addressing electrodes, and then the director. The front sheet is similar, but lacks the active matrix components, replacing those with the patterned color filters. Using a multi-step construction process, both sheets can be produced on the same assembly line. The liquid crystal is placed between the two sheets in a patterned plastic sheet that divides the liquid into individual shutters and keeps the sheets at a precise distance from each other."

Suggest a little research to back up your sarcasm next time....
2 Likes #15
arsenal79place
indianajon
arsenal79place
[quote=indianajon] God some people are gullible! The front of a TV is a sheet of glass and you can clean it with anything that dries without streaking as long as you don't make it too wet.
All i can say is NO, but welcome anyway to HUKD

Have you ever been to a panel manufacturing plant then?

"Building a display"
"A typical shutter assembly consists of a sandwich of several layers deposited on two thin glass sheets forming the front and back of the display. For smaller display sizes (under 30 inches), the glass sheets can be replaced with plastic.

The rear sheet starts with a polarizing film, the glass sheet, the active matrix components and addressing electrodes, and then the director. The front sheet is similar, but lacks the active matrix components, replacing those with the patterned color filters. Using a multi-step construction process, both sheets can be produced on the same assembly line. The liquid crystal is placed between the two sheets in a patterned plastic sheet that divides the liquid into individual shutters and keeps the sheets at a precise distance from each other."

Suggest a little research to back up your sarcasm next time....

Chill out mate its a deal website not a lecture
#16
arsenal79place
arsenal79place
indianajon
arsenal79place
[quote=indianajon] God some people are gullible! The front of a TV is a sheet of glass and you can clean it with anything that dries without streaking as long as you don't make it too wet.
All i can say is NO, but welcome anyway to HUKD


Have you ever been to a panel manufacturing plant then?

"Building a display"
"A typical shutter assembly consists of a sandwich of several layers deposited on two thin glass sheets forming the front and back of the display. For smaller display sizes (under 30 inches), the glass sheets can be replaced with plastic.

The rear sheet starts with a polarizing film, the glass sheet, the active matrix components and addressing electrodes, and then the director. The front sheet is similar, but lacks the active matrix components, replacing those with the patterned color filters. Using a multi-step construction process, both sheets can be produced on the same assembly line. The liquid crystal is placed between the two sheets in a patterned plastic sheet that divides the liquid into individual shutters and keeps the sheets at a precise distance from each other."

Suggest a little research to back up your sarcasm next time....


Chill out mate its a deal website not a lecture


Well I'm the Ref and I say you started it!
#17
arsenal79place
LOUGHBORO GUY
dont they do a version in poundland??


I believe it is completely different to this make and quality. You get what you pay for IMHO


But not so 'Humble' are you!
#18
im off to poundland
1 Like #19
Yeah & a good scourer also helps ....do they still do Ajax?
#20
i got this for free with my wall mount from Duronic and can confirm that it does the job.
#21
i wonder if its as good as iClean.
1 Like #22
I use a brillo pad with Vim on it, works a treat
#23
Don't a lot of screens feature a anti-static/glare coating or film layer which can be smeared/removed/scratched/damaged with chemical cleaners?

People reporting problems with marked Mac Displays using iKlear



Edited By: mrpipster on Feb 23, 2011 11:48
1 Like #24
There's one born every minute! I can't believe that people are gullible enough to buy a specific TV screen cleaner! By all means use some thing like a microfibre cloth which isn't going to scratch the glass, but stuff like this is really profiting from the easily persuaded.

Still, I suppose somebody's gotta make a living out of it, as W C Fields said, "never give a sucker an even break".

Anybody want to buy some snake-oil to enhance the colours/contrast/brightness? Only £50 a bottle.
#25
One thing I will say is you can clean the LCD screen, PLASMA etc with Pledge Multi Surface Cleaner, this stuff is superb for this kind of job. I have ordered one of these to try, but do try the Pledge multi surface, the results are surprising. I use it on all my technology equipment.
#26
cmontgomeryburns
Anybody want to buy some snake-oil to enhance the colours/contrast/brightness? Only £50 a bottle.

what's the P&P on that? :D
#27
I pee on mine then give it a rub down with bubblewrap. Does wonders for the colours! Almost 3D like!
#28
this is a good brand no smears on my monitor but really all need is non alcohol spray and 50p microfibre cloth wilkinsons or even £1 stores sell them still vote hot for price
#29
OOS now anyway!! Cheers anyway.
#30
£3.99 delivered? Why do I see £3.15 delivery charge???
#31
And relax------dont forget £3.15 shipping
#32
indianajon
God some people are gullible! The front of a TV is a sheet of glass and you can clean it with anything that dries without streaking as long as you don't make it too wet.


you cant jut use anything. most TV's have antiglare surface on it which will be damaged if you use the wrong stuff
#33
bobbi
i wonder if its as good as iClean.


I claean can only be used on Apple products :3
#34
water + microfibre cloth
#35
99p shop i use it on the tele and laptop screen plus glasses
#36
Not sure why this expired, item is in stock and I've just ordered mine.

Free delivery if you're prepared to wait a few days.

If you're not interested in a deal, move on to the next.

As I see it's got to be worth a go for £4.

Hot from me, cheers OP.
#37
Showing as £3.15 delivery for me.

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