Cleaning a Tosh 36" picture frame telly.......!

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  1. Stevie G

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    Sorry guys, probably a silly question, but I've lost the manual that came with my telly a few months back! I'm sure I remember reading that you shouldn't using polish and things like that one it, but I can't remember what it suggested! What's the best way to clean it (just like remove dust and marks). Can I use a cloth dipped in warm water and washing up liquid?

    Thanks......
     
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    Plain warm water will be fine. ring out cloth till only damp to touch.

    Washing up liquid could contain detergent which can effect the finish.
     
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    OK, thanks. That's what I wanted to be sure about.....done't want to damage it!

    Every few weeks should do shouldn't it?
     
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    Polish can cause static.

    I use glass cleaner. As for frequency, it tends to be about every 3 days. However, i have two young children. Enough said.
     
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    I use the Anti-Static screen cleaner you can get from any good Computer shop (or lift from work).

    Don't go for the cheapest stuff though. The stuff in a silver and blue can (can remember itname ScreenClens or something like that) is the better of the couple i've tried.
     
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    Thanks guys.....I know not to let Mr Sheen near it now then.....!
     

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