cleaning screen cover??

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  1. Sheldon-m

    Sheldon-m Stunt Coordinator

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    what should i use to clean my toshi 57" sceen cover?
    I have just used water for now. I didn't know if window cleaner was safe. Thx
     
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    Window cleaner is definitely not safe. Use distilled water and a microfiber cloth. If you have any stubborn stains, you might be able to get away with a mild detergent mixed in your water.
     
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    Thanks! i just get those little finger prints[​IMG] i just didn't want to damage my other baby. haha Thanks
     
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    I've been pretty lucky with fingerprints, even with 5 kids, including a 3-year-old and 18-month old. I've defined a "zone" in front of the TV that they are not allowed to enter and they are now pretty good about staying out of it.
     
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    You can use a VINEGAR based windex type cleaner. Basically stay away from alcohol and ammonia. They will dry out the lexan (plastic) over time and cause a fogging and fine cracks. Now when the kids grow up you will want to remove the lexan altogether for a much better viewing experience.
     
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    I need to make a no man zone with land mines[​IMG] anyone want to help with the trench. is there any thing on the market that doesn't contain alcohol or ammonia? I can't think of anything. I'm going to have to read those labels. THX
     

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