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Is there a "best" duster on the market to safely dust the screen of my Panasonic Plasma ST30. Human hands have yet to touch the screen. Should I also use this duster to dust the black non -screen frame of the Plasma TV?
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Is there a "best" duster on the market to safely dust the screen of my Panasonic Plasma ST30. Human hands have yet to touch the screen. Should I also use this duster to dust the black non -screen frame of the Plasma TV?

I do not use a swiffer duster as despite the good reports from some experienced posters here, swiffer uses a mineral oil coating. I am almost sure that this is perfectly OK. But why risk it? It may be fine for many wipes but I would simply use a good microfibre cloth, gently stroking the screen and, if you have some stubborn problem, add a bit of distilled water.
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I do not use a swiffer duster as despite the good reports from some experienced posters here, swiffer uses a mineral oil coating. I am almost sure that this is perfectly OK. But why risk it? It may be fine for many wipes but I would simply use a good microfibre cloth, gently stroking the screen and, if you have some stubborn problem, add a bit of distilled water.

And if you used distilled water you should spray the cloth not the screen right:?
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And if you used distilled water you should spray the cloth not the screen right:?

Yes, just on the cloth and not overly much. That method has never caused any issue at all.
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