In the high technology world that we are low living it is very likely that you have at least one plasma tv or screen at home. They are different from glass screens so this is the first rule: never use glass cleaner on them as the chemicals in it, like ammonia and alcohol, can damage your plasma screen.

It is recommended that you check the manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning your screen. It is better you turn off your screen before cleaning it and allow it to cool down. Use soft, lint-free cloth to remove dust, fingertips and smudges. Paper towels, toilet paper and tissues can scratch the screen.

If you can’t clean all the stains with dry cloth and you need to use liquid, make sure you use special spray for plasma screens. Spray sparingly on the cloth, not on the screen. Don’t allow the cloth to get wet. Always finish wiping with a dry cloth.