Everything gets dirty or dusty over time, including your television, which is why it helps to know how to clean a Toshiba projector television screens and other electronics. Your TV is probably one of the most used pieces of electronic entertainment in your home, next to your computer. It’s also one of the most expensive to replace. But if you treat it well, it will treat you to a long and entertaining life. If you own a Toshiba projector television (which obviously you do, if you’re reading this) cleaning the screen is really a snap. Just follow these steps and you’ll be enjoying a clear, dust free view in no time.
- Turn off the TV. Yeah, we know, it’s a bummer. But seriously, you don’t want the TV on while you’re cleaning the screen. Have you ever seen what static from a dust cloth can do? Besides, you can see where the television screen needs to be cleaned much easier while it’s off.
- Use a clean, soft, and dry cloth to wipe your screen. You don’t want to use commercial cleaners of any kind on your Toshiba television screen. No ammonia, no dusting sprays, just use a clean, dry cloth.
- If you really need additional help getting the screen clean, only use mild soap and warm water. Make sure you wring the rag out very well. You only need it to be a little damp. Remember, water and televisions don’t mix!
Once you’re done cleaning the screen, you can turn it back on. Wow. Doesn’t it look great? Bet you forgot that football fields really are that green, huh?
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