Originally Posted by Otto Pylot
*UFO*s comments need to be reviewed by the mods. I've been using DISTILLED WATER to clean my screens (tv's, phones, laptops, etc) for years with no problems. He has absolutely no clue what he's talking about.
Gee, what gave you that idea. I figured that out from the beginning when I first saw that they just pull stuff out of the air and have no substance to back up their false make believe claims.
The only way you are going to ever remove the anti-reflective coatings on devices, is A) Soaking the device in water for a long period of time, which renders the device useless, or B) Placing the device in a high humid environment that moisture practically is dripping off of the device, which in turns again renders the device useless, and will cause the coating to start pulling away.
You can also if you wish, use a mix of Baking Soda and water, or use Armor Etch which will also remove it from the device. Here is what Photodon.com states about cleaning LCD/LED/Plasma/camera lenses http://www.photodon.com/Screen_Cleaning_Tips_Photodon.pdf
Another that states to use water http://www.mademan.com/mm/how-clean-flat-screen-tv-monitor.html
CNet article on cleaning http://howto.cnet.com/8301-11310_39-57520824-285/how-to-clean-a-tv-screen/
LG's recommendation on cleaning LCD/LED screens http://www.lg.com/us/support/answers/tvs/cleaning-tips
Every one recommends using nothing more than Distilled water. Some state to add equal parts 70% Isopropyl Alcohol & Distilled water, so that you can remove any grease, fingerprints, smoke from the screen, but majority is 100% Distilled water on a cooled down screen.
Now the one product I do not agree with using, is Petroleum Benzene, even though a lot of companies and sites recommend it as a cleaning agent for LCD screens.