Almost every person now owns the LED, and the cleaning of it seems to be an easy process too. Some people hate the thought of cleaning LCD because they do not know how exactly to clean them. Almost every now and then, you need to clean the LCD because they need to get cleaned internally. Doing the cleaning just from the outside is not enough. So, we will tell and guide you thoroughly about the LED screen cleaning and how you should clean them.
Give your LCD some rest
The first step towards the LCD cleaning should be to give rest. You know that cleaning involves the use of water. The LCD is an electronic device, and exposing it to water without cautions can take you to trouble. So when you start cleaning, turn off the LCD, and keep it like this for almost 10 minutes. The LCD may be heated due to the use of it. Not all LCDs are durable, and they are more fragile than the TV. The damage can be higher in the LCD as compared to the traditional TV. We will advise you to shut down the whole LCD and plug it off too.
Do not press the LCD screen too hard
This step is more about caution. As we have told you that LCDs are fragile, and any careless measure can lead you to some misfortune. You must and never press the LCD with great force. The screen is not ductile enough to carry the weight, and it can result in the scratches or breakage of the screen. There is also a protective coating on the LCD that saves the LCD from scratches. When you use the cleaning devices or resources with too much force or strength, the protective layer may damage without even your notice.
Try to use a microfiber cloth
You must always first wipe the screen with the dry cloth as it will make the upcoming process easier. The microfiber cloth is the best type of cloth for the cleaning because it will not damage the electronic devices in any way because of its softness and thin nature. You may have noticed that when you wet the piece of cloth and put it on the buttons or screen, the water tends to spread. This is the reason you refrain from the thorough cleaning of the LCD screen to avoid damage. But, the microfiber cloth will hold the spray or water in its place and refrain it from spreading out. In this way, you can do the cleaning of minor objects like buttons and touch pads, etc.
Avoid ammonia containing products
Your next step is to avoid the ammonia products. You do not know about the production of the parts of the LCD. They may not be immune to the ammonia. So, if you clean and wash with the ammonia containing sprays or products, there may be damage to the minor devices of the LCD.