How to Clean Your Screens as Fast As Possible

Screens on cellphones, monitors, and TVs all need to be cleaned quite frequently. Linus explains the best ways to make sure your screens always provide you with the best possible viewing experience.

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47 responses to How to Clean Your Screens as Fast As Possible

  1. Wow my father passed away from als the day after this video was released. Thank you for contributing to research for the disease Linus. Really means a lot even 6 years later

  2. Using tap water ? Ok, if your supply of tap water is 'soft' water. We use the terms 'soft' and 'hard' water in the UK for our tap water supplies. As the reservoirs that supply our tap water comes from rain that permeates through the soils and rocks of the countryside to fill the lakes which is then processesed and supplied by the various water supply companies. If the rain water travels through carbonated rocks such as limestone then it picks up mineral carbonates en-route. This is not taken out in the processing so results in the water coming out of the tap laden with carbonates. This causes the deposition of carbonates on kettle elements and pans, also when using soap it does not foam as easily as softer water (with low carbonates). Most noticeable when you use the water to clean window glass, or drinking glasses. As the water evaporates is leaves a small traces of the carbonates.
    So in hard water areas cleaning your screen with tap water means you will always have smudges. De-mineralised or distilled water is better.

  3. As this is the first time ever I've ever bought a desktop monitor and given that my first build ever has been held off for 3 months now because of stock shortages and my sheer luck of dead shit arriving, I was incredibly paranoid when I saw "scratches" on my screen. I immediately said "fuck it"; I took my microfiber towel, alcohol, and wiped it off hoping it wasn't actually a scratch but just something dragged on the screen… But now I'm paranoid how much my screen's anti-flicker has deteriorated. Fuck me

  4. I used water on my flat screen TV this film just does knot want to come off they made it this way on purpose to get us to buy more right


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