4 Steps to Clean the Laptop Screen Correctly and Safely

At this time, the laptop has become a device that can not be separated from everyday life. Starting from study needs to work, almost every day this device is used.

However, this use that is too frequent and long will certainly make the laptop part accidentally splashed with stains or other dirt. Especially on the screen.

Not only splattered stains, but also dust stuck to the laptop screen. Now cleaning the laptop screen should not be careless. As we know that the LCD laptop screen is the most sensitive part.

Just a little, you can damage the screen and even have to be replaced. Well, of course, in terms of the price, replacing a laptop LCD is quite a drain on the pocket. So in order to avoid unwanted things, when cleaning it you have to be super careful.

And here are the things that need to be prepared to clean the laptop


Before cleaning, you should read the guide on cleaning and special care for your laptop brand. This is because every brand or type of electronic goods always has its own rules and regulations.


Here are some tools that are often used and needed to clean a laptop:
  • Microfiber cloth
  • Non-abrasive sponge
  • Isopropyl alcohol Bahan
  • Special laptop screen cleaning fluid

So next, see the steps for cleaning the laptop screen that are correct and safe below.

The first step

Make sure to turn off the device and unplug any plugs connected to the laptop. This is useful so that when you clean the laptop screen it is easier and safer.

Second step

Use a clean, dry microfiber cloth to clean off any dust and smudges. The fibers in the microfiber cloth have a large surface area to wipe away dust and dirt. In addition, the microfiber cloth is also lint-free so it won't leave any dirt behind.

Start folding the microfiber cloth into a square. Next clear it from the top screen corner and lower it down. Clean in one direction. Do not press or rub the laptop screen excessively. In order to avoid scratches on the screen.

Third step

For liquid stains that stick you need to clean it with a non-abrasive sponge. Wet the sponge with a special cleaning liquid for laptops. Don't forget to unplug the plug or power source connected to the laptop to keep cleaning safe.

Dip a sponge or microfiber cloth in a special liquid. Squeeze until dry. Next, start by gently wiping the stained area of ​​the laptop screen. In doing wet cleaning you have to be careful so that the liquid does not hit the laptop port. In addition, avoid using other chemical liquids in cleaning.

Step 4

Let the screen dry before turning it on and using it again. (*)

Photo: HGTV
Post a Comment

Post a Comment