How to Clean LCD Screen- Here is the PRO Tips

How To Clean An Lcd Tv Screen
How To Clean An Lcd Tv Screen

Do you want to know how to clean LCD Screen? Cleaning your electronic device display is not another nature but should be performed periodically. As a committed LCD manufacturer, we would like to ensure our customers are informed on decent cleaning techniques to educate their production facilities and customer base. The same method can be applied to displays with cover lenses and touch screen displays.

How To Clean Lcd Tv Screen
How To Clean Lcd Tv Screen

How to Clean LCD Screens 

Mix equal portions of isopropyl alcohol and distilled water in a clean spray bottle. Do not utilize tap water or risk leaving streaks on your LCD screen when you are finished cleaning it.

Please turn off your television or monitor, and get sure it is cool before proceeding.

Spray some of your cleaning solutions immediately onto a microfiber cloth. Do not spray the solution right onto your screen.

Wipe your LCD screen gently, but completely, from top to bottom. If water plops or runs down your screen, your cloth is too wet.

Revert Step 3 and Step 4 until the screen is spotless or until the cloth converts too dirty or wet to continue. Use a second cloth to complete the job, if required.

Turn the LCD television or monitor back on once the screen has dried fully. Check carefully for any areas that you may have missed that are now apparent.

How To Clean Lcd Screen
How To Clean Lcd Screen

How to Clean a Lenovo Laptop Screen

Lenovo laptop screens use LCD technology. LCD screens are not built out of glass. Rather, they are made out of a soft plastic that can be simply damaged; this is why LCD screens make a watery image nearby your finger when you press on them. Although cleaning an LCD screen looks like a simple task, it needs some knowledge of what elements should be used. For instance, paper towels can ruin the LCD screen, whereas a cotton cloth will not.

Take the soft cotton cloth and wet it with the solution until it is moist. Do not make the fabric too sticky so that the mixture does not drip onto the laptop.

Unplug your Lenovo laptop from any power source and make sure it is fully turned off.

Take the damp cloth and, using strong light force, wipe your laptop’s LCD screen in a round motion. Be positive to clean the corners out as well.

Check the laptop screen for any dirt or dust that did not come off. If there is one, wipe it off again.


How to Clean a Flat Screen TV

Your flat-screen television will need periodic cleaning to ensure that it stays in good working order. Flat-screen TVs gather dust particles and lint and readily show oil-based soil such as fingerprints and grease stains. Older TVs were simple to clean because they were covered with thick glass screens, but modern flat-screen TVs cannot be subjected to regular household cleaning as they have simply damaged, thin, sensitive screens. You can have most flat-screen TVs dust free by cleaning with a soft cloth and compressed air, but some need unique cleaning solutions.

General Cleaning

Turn the flat-screen TV off and disconnect it from the power supply. This will guard you against the danger of electric shock. A darkened flat screen will also quickly show up dirt, grease spots, and fingerprints.

Check whether your flat-screen TV has a protecting screen shield by either inspecting it for the presence of a plastic shield over the screen or by lightly placing a fingertip on the screen and checking to see whether you can touch the screen directly and distort the underlying surface or if a shield is stopping you from doing so.

Examine the manufacturer’s product guide that came with your flat screen TV to see if there are any particular cleaning instructions for that particular model and if a unique cleaning solution is required.

Dust the screen with the soft lint-free cloth working gentle circular motions and assure that you do not press on the screen’s surface.

Blast any trapped dirt out of the screen’s corners and sides with compressed air, taking care not to aim the blast immediately at the screen but the crevices between the screen and the frame.

LCD/Plasma TVs

Verify whether your LCD TV has a glossy or matte screen. Dust your glossy-screened LCD or plasma TV with a soft microfiber cloth to eliminate dust and fingerprints. Use extremely gentle pressure and small circular motions.

Dampen a clean microfiber cloth with a few drops of distilled water and apply it to clean off any fingerprints. Take care not to touch the screen while rubbing.

Rub a little amount of dish soap onto a clean microfiber cloth dampened with distilled water as in the preceding step and use this to clean off grease stains or stubborn fingerprints smoothly. Lightly buff the screen with a dry microfiber cloth to eliminate the remaining traces of dish soap.

Clean you’re matte-screened LCD TV including a microfiber cloth and screen-cleaning solution. Do not apply distilled water or soap on a matte screen.


Q: What should never be applied to clean an LCD screen?

A: Distilled water is the favored solvent since it’s the light damaging to your LCD screen. Repeated utilization of alcohol/ammonia-based cleaners can create permanent damage. The screen can grow brittle and eventually crack.

Q: Can you clean an LCD screen with Windex?

A: First and leading, do not use any chemical products on an LCD screen. Particularly do not use a standard window cleaner (Windex, etc.) or anything with alcohol or ammonia in it. Windex was OK on the good old tube TVs, but has to stay apart from the delicate screens of LCD, LED, and Plasma TVs.

Q: How do you clean a flat-screen TV without streaks?

A: Start by dusting TV screens with a dry microfiber cloth. This will often do the trick to remove dust and smudges, making more cleaning unnecessary. If streaks or stains remain, Reichert recommends wetting a microfiber cloth with water (distilled water is best) and wringing the fabric until it’s nearly dry.

Q: Can you use alcohol to clean the LCD screen?

A: First off, bypass corrosive substances! That indicates no alcohol- or ammonia-based cleaners (like diluted rubbing alcohol or Windex). These cleaners can ruin your screen by stripping anti-reflective coatings, create clouding, or worse. Next, be cautious what you use to wipe the screen.