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How would I clean this LCD Monitor.....

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#1
http://www.itechnews.net/wp-content/uploads/2007/04/Samsung-SyncMaster-206BW-R-LCD.jpg
it has a few marks, how would I go about cleaning this piece of kit.
#2
screen cleaner?
#3
black gerbil1
http://www.itechnews.net/wp-content/uploads/2007/04/Samsung-SyncMaster-206BW-R-LCD.jpg
it has a few marks, how would I go about cleaning this piece of kit.


wipe
#4
onlyme23
screen cleaner?

got any links sir.
#5
Get a damp cloth and wipe over, let it dry. Don't use these screen wipes, they're rubbish!
#6
black gerbil1
got any links sir.


not when you call me a sir :p
#7
A brillo pad a a squirt of Gif cream cleaner work a treat :thumbsup: gets rid of any mucky mark/fingerprint and sneeze projectiles.










In all seriousness go to wilko's they do packs of 24 optical wipes for £1.49 and they are great for screen cleaners leave them clean and smear free, one wipe will do my laptop monitor and a 37" LCD TV.
#9
#10
harlzter
A brillo pad a a squirt of Gif cream cleaner work a treat :thumbsup: gets rid of any mucky mark/fingerprint and sneeze projectiles.


:idea: :giggle:
banned#11
The Flash all purpose kitchen wipes work a treat, always use them on mine
#13
i prefer to use iron wool with a bit of acid but thats just my opinion
#14
thanks for the help everyone. sorted.

Dean your as funny as a piece of cardboard.
#15
black gerbil1
thanks for the help everyone. sorted.

Dean your as funny as a piece of cardboard.


is the cardboard cut into a funny shape?
#16
It's cardboard. It's never funny.
#17
emasu
It's cardboard. It's never funny.


it could be cut into a funny shape, then the cardboards funny :lol:
#18
That depends. It's still cardboard if you think laterally.
#19
emasu
It's cardboard. It's never funny.


depends who u ask my 7 month old nephew thinks its very funny!

far more entertaining that whats inside it :roll:
#20
Bubble wrap >>>> Cardboard
#21
onlyme23
depends who u ask my 7 month old nephew thinks its very funny!

far more entertaining that whats inside it :roll:


see, I do have fans http://www.comparestoreprices.co.uk/images/al/alaskan-30cm-brushed-nickel-fan.jpg
#22
emasu;2633513
Bubble wrap >>>> Cardboard

cyanide > emasu.
#23
t0mm;2633525
cyanide > emasu.


HD-DVD >>>>> Robo
#24
twinks
I just use water on a microfibre cloth from tesco (the cheap ones 89p for 3)



Certainly the best way of cleaning LCD's that I have found..;-)
1 Like #25
dean3988;2633476
is the cardboard cut into a funny shape?


lol
#26
twinks
I just use water on a microfibre cloth from tesco (the cheap ones 89p for 3)


Inactive
Certainly the best way of cleaning LCD's that I have found..;-)


Agree with what ^^^^ said.

Thats what I use and never had any problems.
#27
Stick it in the dishwasher.

Or, as you are so fantastic and rich, get your butler to clean it :whistling:
banned#28
give it a bath mate
1 Like #29
Water and water only with a lint free cloth.

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