TV screens have a dust problem; particles stick to the surface and cling for dear life, especially during the winter when the air is dry and static buildup accelerates. Regular cleaning is an easy fix, but an impermanent one, as the machine’s inner workings will always attract more thanks to their wiring. Thankfully, there are several easy ways for people to prize dust off their units.
What can you use to clean a TV?
Like any electrical equipment, the components which power a TV generate voltage, which, in turn, also builds static electricity.
The buildup means light matter such as dust particles easily stick to the screen, obscuring the image without regular cleaning.
While many modern screens use a lower voltage, the problem remains, but cleaning is relatively easy.
Express.co.uk has four solutions you should try to wipe that screen clean – without risking it being damaged.
If accumulating dust becomes a recurring problem, it is best to address at its source.
Regular house cleaning will ensure there is less dust to attach itself to the TV.
Opening the windows also establishes airflow, which prevents dust and dirt buildup.