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cleaning plasma screen

my wife put pledge on our plasma tv is there any hope of getting this off without hurting the screen

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cleaning plasma screen

I doubt it. You may want to try a non ammonia spray.

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Distilled water

That is the only thing that should be used on any tv, plasma or LCD, screen/monitor cleaner that is made for cleaning a LCD or plasma is ok to once in a while but only when distilled water does not do the trick.

Your screens anti glare maybe now damage or worse whipped clean off.


To clean it safely you use a micro fiber cloth & you dampen the cloth with the water, you do not want to spray the water onto the screen so it runs down the screen, doing more damage.

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