Clean Screen Spray Review

Tuesday, April 03, 2012 Posted by Dina N


I get hours of screen time every day. And no, I don't mean I star in a soap opera - at least not one that's televised. And I hate the inevitable smudges on my screens - be it the laptop, the monitor, the Kindle, or the cell phone.

Scott's Liquid Gold have the perfect solution: a Clean Screen cleaner that's ideal for my favorite electronics. The cleaner uses reverse osmosis and comes in a handy spray bottle. Just in case you don't already have a nice microfiber cloth for your screens, the folks at Scott's Liquid Gold thoughtfully include one in every Clean Screen box.

The cleaner does not contain ammonia. Thanks to the reverse osmosis method, it easily removes mineral deposits and dirt that are even smaller than water molecules. While I could not really see all that, of course, I did notice that the screen of my husband's Kindle Fire 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 dirty.

In addition to computer monitors, e-readers 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. Just spray and wipe away!

Connect with Scott's Liquid Gold on Facebook and Twitter (@scottliquidgold).

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

6 comments:

  1. holdenj said...

    Looks like a lifesaver!

  2. kristi said...

    I could use the product right now as I type this while looking at my dirty screen! Thanks for the review!

  3. Julie @ Knitting and Sundries said...

    This sounds great; I need to look for it - my Nook and my flat screen always end up with all of these grimy little childrens' (grandbebes AND my own Bebe Boy James) fingerprints - I'm always worried about even spraying cleaner on a lint-free cloth and using it that way.

  4. Di said...

    I could use some of this - I'm always trying to get smushies off the screens

  5. Char W said...

    This looks like it would be great for getting all the little fingerprint smudges off of screens and easy to use without damaging the item! Thank you for sharing :)

  6. Patricia said...

    I could really use this!

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