Plexus to clean RPTV screen

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  1. Brian Treinen

    Brian Treinen Stunt Coordinator

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    Has anyone ever used (or even heard of) Plexus for cleaning their RPTV screen? I haven't done the rotate the protective plastic screen to the back since we've got a VERY curious Golden Retriever who's nose leave marks on anything her height. Needless to say cleaning the screen became a pain. So, one day when cleaning the plastic (dammit WHY didn't they use glass?!?!) window in my convertible I thought hey - why not try this on the TV screen? I was really amazed at how much dirt I pulled up - I had been using just water and soft cloth. But Plexus and a microfiber towel worked REALLY well. It's anti-static and actually repels dirt and dust. Here's a link if you're interested.
    http://www.properautocare.com/plexus.html
    BTW: I'm in no way affiliated with anyone in this post...other than my dog.
     
  2. Justin Gates

    Justin Gates Agent

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    Plexus is great, in fact I use it to clean my DVD's. I saw a couple posts over at hometheaterspot of some guys that use Plexus on their RPTV and it works great.

    My RPTV will be delivered in about 6 hours and will most likely being using Plexus on it.
     
  3. Allan Jayne

    Allan Jayne Cinematographer

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    Whatever you use, the less elbow grease the better.
    The first cause of minute scratches is the dust itself, the second cause is the quality of the cleaning cloth. The less pressure, the fewer and less severe the scratches.
    Video hints:
    http://members.aol.com/ajaynejr/video.htm
     

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