PC Tutorials How to Clean the Laptop Screen with Homemade Products The screens of laptops tend to accumulate dust, particles ...

PC Tutorials How to Clean the Laptop Screen with Homemade Products The screens of laptops tend to accumulate dust, particles …

Laptop screens tend to collect dust, food particles, and other debris that start to look unappealing after a while. In this post we show you How to Clean Your Laptop Screen with a Homemade Cleaner.

It is important to use very soft supplies to clean your laptop screen, as the surface of the LCD screen is easily damaged.

If you don’t want to buy a special screen cleaner, use a microfiber cloth and a simple solution of water and vinegar.

Clean the Notebook Screen with a Microfiber cloth

  1. Turn off the computer and unplug the power adapter and battery.
  2. Cleaning a screen that is in use can cause permanent damage.
  3. So you have to be on the safe side of things and turn everything off.
  4. Don’t put him to sleep.
  5. Get a microfiber cloth.
  6. This is made with a type of fabric that is lint-free, as well as being very soft.
  7. Using a wipe, T-shirt, or other fabric may leave extra residue on the screen or scratch it.
  8. Wipe the screen gently with the cloth.
  9. Using a cloth sweep should take care of any dust and loose particles on the screen.
  10. Clean gently without exerting much pressurePressing too hard could damage the screen.
  11. If the area around the screen is dirty, you can use a standard household cleaning solution and a paper towel
  12. Just be very careful not to let it touch the screen.

Clean my Laptop Screen with a Cleaning Solution

  1. Turn off the computer and unplug the power adapter and battery.
  2. Since you are using a liquid to clean the screen with this method, it is important to turn off the computer and unplug it.
  3. Create a mild cleaning solution.
  4. The ideal solution is distilled water, which does not contain chemicals and is gentle on the screen.
  5. If a more intense cleaning is needed, a 50/50 mixture of white vinegar and distilled water can also be effective.
  6. Put the solution in a small spray bottle.
  7. Pour some of the solution into the spray bottle and screw the top on.
  8. However, don’t use this to spray on the screen itself.
  9. Apply a minimal amount of the solution to a microfiber cloth.
  10. A non-fibrous, static-free cloth works best.
  11. Remember not to use a normal cloth, as this could scratch the screen.
  12. Do not soak the fabric, you just want to wet it, which is the purpose of using the spray bottle to moisten it.
  13. Wipe the cloth against the screen in a circular motion.
  14. Quick circular motions generally remove streaks.
  15. Be careful not to press your fingers against the cloth or screen.
  16. Applying too much force when cleaning the screen can permanently damage the LCD screen matrix and render your screen unusable.