WHAT IS IT?
When the sun hits your TV or monitors just right, you can see hundreds of tiny scratches left over from the last time you cleaned it. That’s because you used paper towels. They’re great for picking up spills, but the abrasive surface scratches and damages the panel on monitors, TVs, and even phones. Paper towels also leave little scraps of lint behind. Tap or click here for steps to deep clean your phone.
Cleaning your screen should be done carefully, especially if you want to preserve your TV for as long as possible. These three methods protect your screens and keep them cleaner than paper towels ever will.
Use microfiber rags to clean the surface of your screens. Microfiber cleaning cloths are antimicrobial and use up to 95% less water and chemicals than paper towels or cotton cleaning cloths.