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Cleaning plasma screen

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by jayzeer, Nov 14, 2004.

  1. jayzeer

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    I have a Pioneer 434HDE, I have marks on the screen I would like to clean & the blue dustsheet that comes with it isnt shifting it - can i use a slightly damp cloth?
     
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    I would use soft kitchen roll that was not too wet then polish off with some dry soft kitchen roll before it dries. Works a treat on monitor screens with anti-relective coating.
     
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    There's another thread on this, further back!

    Ppl are recommending Monitor wipes from PC world!

    Kitchen roll isn't exactly soft and can be abrasive when dry especially where plastic is concerned!

    Cheers! :smashin:
     
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    Would NEVER advise kitchen roll on screen cleaning. It maybe soft to the touch but it is abrasive on plastic screens.

    It's ok for cabinet cleaning but not screen cleaning.
     

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