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    Exclamation Cleaning help!

    Im not asking DF for help because he will flip if he found out!!
    DS1 has drawn on the TV screen with crayon. Its a... LCD I think lol so I dont want to touch it before I know what to clean it with.

    PLEASE HELP!!!

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    Did the TV come with one of those cleaning cloth thingos? Mine did, they both came with like an instruction book with a cleaning thingo with it. Kinda like glasses cleaner cloth.

    I'd go there first, maybe even call the place (or any old place that sells TVs) and ask if they have some sort of cleaning solution or what they recommend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeppaH View Post
    Im not asking DF for help because he will flip if he found out!!
    DS1 has drawn on the TV screen with crayon. Its a... LCD I think lol so I dont want to touch it before I know what to clean it with.

    PLEASE HELP!!!

    Im going to be no help here at all but i *think* you cn buy special wipes to clean LCD screens.

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    Yeah it came with a cloth but f*** knows where it is now... I think DS1 hid it somewhere lol...
    Great idea though, I should ring somewhere to ask...

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    Hey there

    The following info is off the net, & may be of help to you? Good luck!

    LCD Cleaning Tips

    Here are some helpful cleaning tips and guidelines:
    • Unplug or turn off your LCD screen or device and closely examine the condition of the screen.
    • Take notice of any smudges or areas to be cleaned.
    • Use a Microfiber Cloth to remove any obvious dust and gently brush off any dirt particulars.
    • Although you can clean any LCD screen with a 50/50 solution of distilled water/isopropyl alcohol, using
      an old cotton T-shirt or handkerchief, it is recommended that you acquire the proper cleaning solutions
      and cloths to clean your LCDs. Many of these LCD screens are very expensive items, proper cleaning kits
      such as Klear or iKlear should be used to clean and keep your LCD displays in a crisp clear pristine condition.
    • Never spray any cleaning solutions directly onto the screen, spray it into the your cleaning cloth.
    • Very, very gently wipe the screen in a circular motion. Do not press hard on the cloth. Let the cleaning
      solution do its job.
    • Don't press hard or touch the screen with your fingers or you may leave oily prints and smears.
    • Don't leave any liquid on the screen, remove all excess moisture as it may damage your screen.
    • Let the LCD screen dry thoroughly before you switch it back on.
    • For hard to remove stains or ink marks you may have to repeat this procedure several times. Don't apply
      hard pressure, remember you can also purchase special cleaners for heavy ink marks and the like.
    Word of Caution - it is always wise to check your owner's manual or contact your LCD manufacturer for the recommended
    cleaning method or advice for your particular LCD TV or Laptop Screen.

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    I used a tiny bit of vinegar on a baby wipe when DS drew on our tv. I just carefully wiped for a few moments and it came off.

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    good luck with that pep. i got no advice at all but tsk tsk mister m.

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    Thanks Kiwi! I will try find some solution stuff online or next time I go to the shops

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    Quote Originally Posted by me n he View Post
    good luck with that pep. i got no advice at all but tsk tsk mister m.
    Thanks. I was like "Oh no! Your going to get told off when daddy see's that!!" And DF goes "See what?"
    I say "Nothing, Im not going to tell you because you will tell him off" hahaha
    Just gotta stop him from seeing it now...

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    LOL!!

    My DS took a small chunk out of our old plasma (hit it with a toy), I don't think his dad noticed. I hope not anyway

    I've learned to keep expensive TVs up high on the wall after that


 

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