Philips Cleaning Fluid for LED & LCD £1.99 Argos
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Philips Cleaning Fluid for LED & LCD £1.99 Argos

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Found 13th May 2016
A good buy if you're looking for something for gadget screen cleaning. Philips screen cleaner can be found at Argos in two varieties (a small one, also the same price here http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4485432.htm) and this larger one at 200ml.

Suitable for TV screens but also any LED / LCD screens, so phones, tablet, laptop etc. Comes with a microfibre cloth. Managed to find stock in all stores near me so I picked one up. Can be found on Amazon for nearly £15. Was previously on here at £3.99, so it's now even better!
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good spot
Thanks op.
fatcarp

i find toilet duck more effective and better value for money, dont b … i find toilet duck more effective and better value for money, dont b fooled into using specialist products. any household or industrial grade bleach will do the trick just as well. if not better



​bleach should never be used on a tv screen, it will fog it after time

please people dont listen to this

next you will be saying keep your car engine running during an oil change
fatcarp

i find toilet duck more effective and better value for money, dont b … i find toilet duck more effective and better value for money, dont b fooled into using specialist products. any household or industrial grade bleach will do the trick just as well. if not better



​lol your funny mate
fatcarp

i find toilet duck more effective and better value for money, dont b … i find toilet duck more effective and better value for money, dont b fooled into using specialist products. any household or industrial grade bleach will do the trick just as well. if not better



​I'm sure it's fine for your 60" Polaroid HD Ready screen...
week solution of washing up liquid in a bowl with microfiber cloth. Then damp water only micro cloth. I switched to this method 3 yrs ago... great!
Thanks should be good for wii u gamepad screen ,led,and tablets etc
Cracking price, ordered four of these. Thanks OP!
Got some similar Philips cleaner a couple of years ago, still going strong and great for all screens in the house from TV's to phones. P.s who in their right mind would **** about with "a week solution of washing up liquid in a bowl with microfiber cloth. Then damp water only micro cloth" Talk about messing about for the sake of a couple of quid (_;)
What a load of rubbish, Microfiber cloth lightly damped with water does the job perfectly!
Water and elbow grease is all you need.

Washing liquid can mess up some screens, and especially damage some types of touch screen.
tony211166

week solution of washing up liquid in a bowl with microfiber cloth. … week solution of washing up liquid in a bowl with microfiber cloth. Then damp water only micro cloth. I switched to this method 3 yrs ago... great!


Three years with a week solution, that must be great
fatcarp

i find toilet duck more effective and better value for money, dont b … i find toilet duck more effective and better value for money, dont b fooled into using specialist products. any household or industrial grade bleach will do the trick just as well. if not better


And nail polish remover on stubborn stains.
Lakeland do a similar thing for a similar price:

http://www.lakeland.co.uk/23998/Luminia-LCD-and-Plasma-Screen-Cleaner-Spray-250ml

You can also make your own:

youtube.com/wat…kiE

Edited by: "Picard123" 13th May 2016
ichayan

And nail polish remover on stubborn stains.



Ive just tried my wife's nail polish remover on my 4k sony TV that I have had 3 days. The picture doesn't look quite right. Wonder if I can return it?
Bought it from AO....
What's the difference between this and the one that the Pound Shops sell? I've used the one from the Pound Shops and it's perfectly adequate plus it's cheaper.
chrisbenwalker

Ive just tried my wife's nail polish remover on my 4k sony TV that I have … Ive just tried my wife's nail polish remover on my 4k sony TV that I have had 3 days. The picture doesn't look quite right. Wonder if I can return it? Bought it from AO....


No it's only for Polaroids, you shouldn't have bought Sony in the first place to get stubborn stain in 3 days.
Edited by: "ichayan" 13th May 2016
ichayan

No it's only for Polaroids



Might even improve the Polaroid!
Is this made by Vestel?? X)
Gollywood

Is this made by Vestel?? X)



I drank some and thought it was made by Jesus. My special Jesus wee I called it. Is a secret though, so you never heard that.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 13th May 2016
Just water and a quality microfibre cloth will do the best job. I'm not talking about those big weave cheap cloths from wilkos ether really. A tight knit one such as the Unger green microwipe which are honestly the greatest thing you'll ever buy to clean glasses, phone screens, tablets screens, monitor screens etc.

Mist water, rub gently with that, it just takes all the grease off and presto, smear free shiny surfaces. Yes, those cloths are like £3 a pop. For good reason. You won't regret it.
Thanks OP. My last lot has just run out and my local argos is a stones throw from my house. Good deal
I haven't tried this one. But have tried hama brand from amazon. It's great. Spray on wife off. And the remaining required evaporates off making the screen look brand new. Use them on laptop and tv screens.
Thank you. Ordered.
s_hayhurst

Got some similar Philips cleaner a couple of years ago, still going … Got some similar Philips cleaner a couple of years ago, still going strong and great for all screens in the house from TV's to phones. P.s who in their right mind would **** about with "a week solution of washing up liquid in a bowl with microfiber cloth. Then damp water only micro cloth" Talk about messing about for the sake of a couple of quid (_;)


I WAS ACTUALLY ADVISED THIS BY THE LOCAL TV SHOP WHERE I BOUGHT MY PANASONIC SETS. THEY JUST SAID TO MAKE SURE SOMEONE HOLDS TOWEL ACROSS BOTTOM OF SCREEN AS IF GOES DOWN THERE AS WOULD BREAK TV . THEY ALSO SELL EXPENSIVE SCREEN WASH, BUT SAID THAT THIS WAS BETTER. SO MAYBE NOT AS DAFT AS IT SOUNDS TO SOME. THIS WAS ADVICE FROM PANASONIC RETAILER
psmith1958

​bleach should never be used on a tv screen, it will fog it after t … ​bleach should never be used on a tv screen, it will fog it after timeplease people dont listen to thisnext you will be saying keep your car engine running during an oil change



He was nearly right, just missed out part 2, if it goes foggy like you say just take off a thin layer with an angle grinder, then it's like new again
ichayan

And nail polish remover on stubborn stains.



Doesn't nail polish contain a small amount of acetone? Great cleaner but very worrying on wrong product.
montana78

I haven't tried this one. But have tried hama brand from amazon. It's … I haven't tried this one. But have tried hama brand from amazon. It's great. Spray on wife off. And the remaining required evaporates off making the screen look brand new. Use them on laptop and tv screens.



​Poor Mrs Montana
bluemoon99

I WAS ACTUALLY ADVISED THIS BY THE LOCAL TV SHOP WHERE I BOUGHT MY … I WAS ACTUALLY ADVISED THIS BY THE LOCAL TV SHOP WHERE I BOUGHT MY PANASONIC SETS. THEY JUST SAID TO MAKE SURE SOMEONE HOLDS TOWEL ACROSS BOTTOM OF SCREEN AS IF GOES DOWN THERE AS WOULD BREAK TV . THEY ALSO SELL EXPENSIVE SCREEN WASH, BUT SAID THAT THIS WAS BETTER. SO MAYBE NOT AS DAFT AS IT SOUNDS TO SOME. THIS WAS ADVICE FROM PANASONIC RETAILER



WHY ARE YOU SHOUTING?
What's next? Gaming gear dust offs? Pardon my simple mind, but why LED and LCD screens need specialist water to clean them?
cheers
Thanks ordered
Can't you just use regular glass cleaner, meth etc?
Thanks OP, a bit of advice for those buying, make sure you select the green large bottle, as Argos also do a blue small bottle, for the same price also by Philips, as my local Argos has the small ipad set up for searching for products.
skeppnica

What's next? Gaming gear dust offs? Pardon my simple mind, but why LED … What's next? Gaming gear dust offs? Pardon my simple mind, but why LED and LCD screens need specialist water to clean them?


They often have fragile coatings on and sometimes just a cloth won't shift the stains/marks. This stuff is made to be gentle on the screen's coating but still help clean it.
rvcshart

Can't you just use regular glass cleaner, meth etc?


Regular solvents eat through the plastic coating on the screen and damage it
i am using miscelar water, it works great
I use de-ionised water to stop furring formation on screen surfaces & static shocks.(_;)
Picard123

Lakeland do a similar thing for a similar … Lakeland do a similar thing for a similar price:http://www.lakeland.co.uk/23998/Luminia-LCD-and-Plasma-Screen-Cleaner-Spray-250mlYou can also make your own:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0AzXNFJkiE



I have been using half distilled water and half Isopropyl alcohol in a spray bottle for screen cleaning for decades. Do people really need a video to show them how to do it?
chrisbenwalker

Ive just tried my wife's nail polish remover on my 4k sony TV that I have … Ive just tried my wife's nail polish remover on my 4k sony TV that I have had 3 days. The picture doesn't look quite right. Wonder if I can return it? Bought it from AO....


Didn't know AO did nail polish remover....
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