How to Clean Your Plasma TV

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Every person thinks, when their working day is almost over, how he or she will return home, sit on the couch, drink something and just watch TV and relax. Imagine you have a big screen plasma TV, a DVD player and a lot of DVDs, I think you wouldn’t want to leave the house. Having a big plasma TV also attracts your friends in the house. It will definitely make you popular and people will want to come visit you more often. You can watch games on it, you can play Wee, X-box, Playstation  or just watch an exciting movie.


Maintaining and cleaning SW10 it however is not so fun because it takes a little work to preserve your TV for years to come. All the activities in the house arouse a dusty environment that usually sticks to the TV. There are many solutions to the problem so here are a few cleaning tips on your plasma:

1. Read the manual to see if there are some special details on which detergents should you use and how often to clean it.
2. If the TV is dusty, clean it with slightly wet towel and then dry it off with a dry towel.
3. If there are finger prints on the screen and next to it, use a towel with some cleaning SW10 detergent on it. Never apply the detergent on the TV. And dry it completely with a dry towel.
4. Remove the extension of the vacuum cleaner and vacuum with the lowest power the vents of the TV to remove the dust from it. If the vents clog up, the TV may malfunction in spite of overheating.

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Author: Robert Miles

Robert Miles is a young journalist in London – still student, but had a lot of experience. He is not a maniac when we talk about cleaning, but like every student has a lot of experience in hosting a parties. The guests can be different, but the stains are the same. Well, he is a journalist and almost an expert in the cleaning – maybe you should read some of his articles.

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