Cleaning a Flat-screen TV

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 By now, your new flat-screen TV has probably become verry dirty. But don't be tempted to use the same methods you would to clean your tube TV. Flat-screen television sets require more specialized care. Here are a few tips to keep in mind if you want to take ggod care of your Flat screen TV:

- Don't use strong chemical cleaners like alcohol, ammonia-based cleaners or window cleaners. They can damage the screen's special coating.
- Don't spray a liquid cleaner on the screen, as it can leak into the TV casing and damage the circuitry.
- Never use paper towels or newspapers to wipe of the screen either. These are products are actually made of wood and will scratch the screen.

What you should do instead, is look for a solution that is specially labeled "safe for laptop screens" or "LCD and plasma screens." Cleaners are available at thousands of retail stores all over the world. Once you have picked your cleaning solution, disconnect the power to your TV, and use either lukewarm water or your screen care solution to clean your Flat screen TV.

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Fiona Barone- Sales Associate & Anthony "Tony" Barone (Retired NJ Broker Associate)
RE/MAX Advantage Plus & RE/MAX International Inc.
601 S. federal Highway, Boca Raton, Florida 33432
Office # 561-394-7800
Cell # 561-400-2653
International calls please dial 001-73561-400-2653


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Fiona Barone
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Hmmmmmmmmm.................if you know all this, then why is ours so dirty???? 

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