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post #1 of 5 Old 10-09-2011, 12:51 PM - Thread Starter
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I have an ultra glossy (or whatever theyre calling it now) screen on my Samsung LN52B750 and i have no idea at all of what type of cloth to use or what type of solution to use. Any help would be really appreciated!

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This should get you started...good luck


http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...ght=microfiber
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I have an ultra glossy (or whatever theyre calling it now) screen on my Samsung LN52B750 and i have no idea at all of what type of cloth to use or what type of solution to use. Any help would be really appreciated!

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My B650 came with a microfiber cloth and instructions on how to use it. So did my A650. I'm surprised your B750 didn't.

Just use water and a microfiber cloth.
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If you have particularly "hard" water you might consider going to any electronics retailer and getting a $15-20 screen cleaning kit with microfibre cloth and alcohol/ammonia free cleaning solution, or at least buy some distilled water.

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Yeah, just use a microfiber cloth and deionized (or even distilled) water.
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