Monday, February 28, 2011
REVIEW OF SCOTT'S LIQUID GOLD CLEAN SCREEN
I am always complaining about the fingerprints on my laptop screen because they are so stubborn and hard to clean. So when the Scott's Liquid Gold Clean Screen product showed up in my mailbox, I tried it right away. The kit came with a microfiber cloth and the ammonia free cleaning solution. I sprayed the cloth as directed and started cleaning my laptop's screen. The fingerprints disappeared with very little effort. When I looked at the cloth, I saw all the dirt that was on the screen. The Scott's product was superior to the other products that I have tried. They may not be the most inexpensive screen cleaner on the market but you get what you pay for. I used the cloth to clean the laptop keys and it helped the remove the dust and dirt on the keys.So I went around my house and cleaned all of my TVs and computer monitors and still had plenty of the solution left over. Boy was the cloth dirty and I had to rinse it in the sink to get it ready for the next cleaning round.
I also got to try "Little" Clean Screen which is perfect for your cell phone, digital cameras and eyeglasses. I am always cleaning my eyeglasses and the prepackaged wipes were easy to use and left no streaks. I also tried it on my I Touch and all those pesky fingerprints disappeared.
How the Product Works-
Clean Screen is a highly effective two-part cleaning system. It includes a specially formulated RO solution and a suede micro fiber cloth. Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a state-of-the-art water treatment technology that removes molecules of mineral deposits and impurities smaller than the water molecules themselves. The synthetic suede micro fiber cloth is soft, lint-free and won’t scratch delicate screens.
• Has no tap water, ammonia or alcohol.
• Won’t deteriorate, discolor or harm delicate surfaces.
• Leaves no residue.
• Does not streak or smudge.
• Leaves a crystal clear clean.
You can purchase the Clean Screen at Walmart, Ace Hardware, Bed Bath & Beyond and other stores near you. Clean Screen liquid costs about $7 and the "Little" Clean Screen for $3 and up. So give the product a try. You will not be disappointed.
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