Originally Posted by nk2006
Its rather unusual to have a color filter coating outside of the glass surface - this would obviously needs extra care to clean - does the pioneer manual specify anywhere on the recommended cleaning? A quick scan didnt really specify anything.
(they did provide a micro fiber cloth with set but its so tiny - we live in building where dust gets into home a lot; for our previous CRT TV's glass surface - cleaning was easy just wipe it with clorox wipes)
yes unusual but hey it gets the best pic......
just take a flashlight and inspect it closely or very lightly touch it (clean finger and to the side if you must, lol) and you will see/feel it's the bonded color filter and not a glass surface.
best if it is just dust to lightly brush away any dust you see with a clean microfiber cloth or clean duster that does not use any kind of treatment on it. If you do have an area of the screen that really needs cleaning I would only do as others mentioned, using distilled water and a good quality microfiber cloth like from photdon.com and applied lightly and may need a little rubbing out to even out the area.