Do you dust and clean your TV set?

@apples99 (6564)
United States
August 21, 2009 7:33pm CST
I clean my TV set today in fact, and the screen is sparkling and clear, I try to keep my set clean by dusting and wiping the screen sometimes, how about you do you dust and clean your TV set sometimes?
8 responses
@killersss (639)
• India
4 Sep 09
yes i do dust and clean my tv set only when i am not able to see anything through the screen when it gathers so much dust only then i clean it up. but when i clean it i take care of everything like not using water coz i hav a lcd tv if i use water it will kill my tv. i use a soft cloth that is provided by the company i use it to clean the dust.
@saraines (154)
• United States
24 Aug 09
anytime i clean my room, that includes cleaning/ dusting my t.v. screen and computer screen, you can see things better that way...
@JenInTN (27565)
• United States
22 Aug 09
Oh yes apples. It's a part of my normal household cleaning. I do it once a week.
• United States
22 Aug 09
YES - I am an absolute clean FREAK, and I clean my television at least once a week. I actually recently got these Weiman brand E-tronic Wipes - they are like the pre-done wipes in the container, and they are great for tv's, computers, video game consoles - there is no spray, so there is no danger of getting anything inside the tv that could potentially corrupt anything, and they do not leave any type of residue. Also - the Pledge multi surface works good for electronics, just be sure to spray the rag, not the tv! :)
@happy6162 (3011)
• United States
22 Aug 09
Yes, I dust and clean my TV when I clean my house. I use a dust rag and then I spray window clean on the screen to get the fingerprints off it. To me it is part of items in my house that needs to be dusting once in awhile.
@realan (520)
• United States
22 Aug 09
Oh yes, all the time. It gets so dusty. Drives me crazy. Can't stand when everything is dusty.
@jazzsue58 (2672)
22 Aug 09
I spent £10 a monh ago on some special cleaner for both my flat screens. Before that they were filthy, as I knew I couldn't clean them with regular polish (well, that was my excuse, anyway!) I'm not a "gleam queen" but I can't stand smeary glass.
@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
22 Aug 09
Its funny I'm a clean freek so yes to your question. I just went into my grown daughters room and the TV was so dirty. I had to clean it. I just wonder if she is going to notice that its been cleaned or not.