Dust sticking to screen..........

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  1. SOUNDSTYLE

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    I have a Sony 36FS70 and can't believe the amount of dust which is attracted to the screen.
    In less than a week I have to give it a wipe with a damp cloth to remove a thick load of dust. It's no big deal that I have to do this, but I'm surprised it's so bad.
    My brother has a 28" widecreen Sony tv and has exactly the same problem, but my parents have a top of the range Toshiba 36" widescreen and (literally) don't have a speck of dust on their screen, ever.
    I want to know why. Has Toshiba perfected the problem.
     
  2. Tight Git

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    Your Mum is obviously very houseproud and wipes the screen just before you arrive!
     
  3. brummybloke

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    get some fabric conditioner, only a tiny amount and mix with water, damp a cloth in it and wring it so it is just slightly damp, then use to clean.

    the anti static in the conditioner will keep your lovely screen clean alot longer and reduce the dust build up as it is attracted by the static.

    im not a woman honest.
     
  4. SOUNDSTYLE

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    I'll try that brummybloke. Thanks.
     

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