Lcd Monitor Has Something On It

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  1. DiabloDj1

    DiabloDj1 Well-Known Member

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    It's got some kind of thing on it - it's like its hardened on...
    Cant tell what, I tried whiping it off with the cloth I use for dust and stuff but it didnt come off - i tried lightly scraping it but nothing and if I use too much force I'll just break it.

    What to do?... it's annoying - right on my taskbar.. Shame - shame.
     
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    Maybe use windex. I use it for my LCD monitor. And that always happens. Just use windex and try to lightly scrape it off
     
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    Lick it off and get freaky-leeky.

    No but really, use a product called Goo-B-Gone, it is amazing. It works wonders.
     
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    Goo-B-Gone.. might have that.
    Windex...definetly got that.

    Just gotta check the stuff in it.. it shouldnt have some kinda thing.. alcohol maybe?
     
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    Windex they say you shouldn't use but I use it for my lcd monitor al the time. It works wonders
     
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    Try throwing a can of beer on it. xD
    But yeah window cleaner should work.
     
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    I threw a bottle of coors light at my old one. It broke the monitor and then the bottle blew up on the keyboard
     
  8. xlink

    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    here's my advice

    DO NOT USE AMMONIATED CLEANING SOLUTIONS.
     
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    also alcohol messed one of mine up it made it have gray streaks for 3 months
     
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    Water + elbow grease.
     
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    I only use water and if there's something on it I'd just scrap it off. <3 warranties.

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    Do you say that of your expierence xelink ?:P
     
  12. DiabloDj1

    DiabloDj1 Well-Known Member

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    Hmm...
    do I have to unplug it?...
    xP - Lazy....
    bah
     
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    you probably hsould yeh =P
     
  14. xlink

    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    nope

    never owned an LCD screen

    just common sense





    of course when i do own one the first thing I'll do is clean it with either amonia or bleach or something similar and say "ohh crap" to myself liek 10 mins after
     

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