I need to know a better way... because I think I just f'd up mine on my brand-new Samsung LN46-B630 :'(
Apparently the "Touch of Color" (Red) glossy bezel on my Sammy is VERY easily scratched/scored from very gentle cleaning. I JUST bought this thing 2 days ago, and I'm just about sick knowing that it has scratches on it. I'm seriously considering returning it for another if nobody has any ideas on how to fix this.
So a day after I unboxed it and removed the plastic "tape" covering the bezel, it is very static'y and managed to suck all the dust in my room to it. So I use a Scotts blue paper towel folded into a small square and dampened with Windex to very gently wipe it down. Great, dust gone, less static'y. Now I can see these very fine score marks all around the bezel. They're not visible dead on, but you can see them at the right angle in sunlight. I HATE it, and I hate myself for doing that to my beautiful new LCD.
I've used these very same paper towels for years to clean all sorts of stuff: glass/abs plastic, etc.
So the real question: Does anyone know how to fix these score marks on plastic. They aren't deep; you can't feel them at all when you run your finger over it. It's only just visibly annoying. Perhaps a plastic polish?
Moving forward... What are the best practices folks use to SAFELY clean their glossy plastic LCD bezels. Cleaning liquids/products used? I'm guessing a microfiber towel/rag is the best choice.