- Step 1: Turn off monitor Turn off your LCD monitor.
- Step 2: Mix solution Mix a solution of 50 percent distilled water with 50 percent isopropyl alcohol in a spray bottle.
- TIP: You can substitute white vinegar for the isopropyl alcohol.
- : Do not use tap water, which may contain chemicals that can cloud your screen.
- Step 3: Spray the cotton cloth Spray the cotton cloth with the solution. Do not spray the solution directly onto your computer screen.
- TIP: Avoid paper towels, tissues, or old rags, which can scratch and damage the LCD screen and leave particles behind.
- Step 4: Wipe the screen Gently wipe the screen in a circular motion.
- Step 5: Let the screen dry Let the screen dry before turning the monitor back on.
- FACT: Did you know? LCD screens use as little as 40 percent of the electricity consumed by traditional cathode ray tube monitors.
You Will Need
- Distilled water
- Isopropyl alcohol
- A spray bottle
- A soft cotton cloth
- White vinegar (optional)