There are many models of TVs but the general way you can use them to clean them is to use a microfiber cloth and clean water.
The required steps are as follows
Unplug the TV, make sure the unit is completely cool before cleaning. Tie electrical wires, cables … into neat clusters, avoiding tangles or water.
Use a soft, lint-free microfiber cloth to clean the screen. After one wipe, remember to turn the cloth over so that the TV surface is always clean.
Wipe the screen in a landscape or portrait orientation.
Wipe the screen a second time in the opposite direction to avoid the appearance of streaks on the screen.
Dab off stubborn stains and dirt with a microfiber cloth dipped in clean water.
Important Note: Do not spray any chemicals on the screen such as ammonia, acetone and alcohol… especially LED and OLED screens. Chemicals can damage the screen protector. Avoid using fibrous fabrics, fabrics with chemicals… you can clean the screen with a mixture of distilled water and white water.
In case you use an LCD TV, try to operate it gently. Liquid crystal display will appear black spots if you leave fingerprints on it.
To clean the TV’s heat sink, turn off the power and unplug it. Hand-held vacuum cleaners can be used for this unit.
With the power cable ports on the back or sides of the TV or under the screen, never poke them with a cotton swab, you can damage them. You should buy a can of compressed air to clean these parts.
With a remote control, don’t forget it’s an item your whole family holds often every day and passes through the hands of many people. Therefore, you can clean it with a damp cloth, wipe it, and then let it dry completely in the natural air environment before use.
|Instructions on how to clean the TV screen. Video: HouseBeautiful.|
Thuy Linh (According to USAToday)