Scott's Liquid Gold Cleaners: Review

Saturday, March 19, 2011 Posted by Dina N

One of my pet peeves is that I cannot stand a dirty computer screen. I am always dusting and wiping the TV, the computer monitor, or the GPS screen in the car. I found a great cleaning solution that's ideal for delicate electronics: it's aptly named Clean Screen.

Scott's Liquid Gold have developed a Clean Screen cleaner that uses reverse osmosis to clean the screen of all sorts of electronics. I received a box of Clean Screen that includes a spray bottle of cleaner and a microfiber cloth. The cleaner does not contain ammonia. Thanks to the reverse osmosis method, the cleaner removes mineral deposits and dirt that are even smaller than water molecules. While I could not really see that, of course, I did notice that the screen of my computer was crystal clear after I cleaned it.

The cleaner is easy to use - all you do is spray the microfiber cloth and wipe the screen. One spray is recommended for small screens and two for larger ones. I needed 2-3 sprays to clean most of my electronics effectively. My cell phone screen took just one spray. The microfiber cloth is nice and thick, and can be rinsed with warm water when soiled.

In addition to computer monitors and cell phones, Clean Screen is safe to use on flat screen TVs, PDAs, digital cameras, camcorders, GPS navigation systems, MP3 players, even on CDs and DVDs. Scott's Liquid Gold also has pre-moistened wipes called Little Clean Screen. They are individually packaged for single use and are perfect to have in your purse or briefcase to use on the go.

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  1. Pricilla said...

    Sounds very spiffy!

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