When it comes to cleaning, flat TVs and LCD screens require special care and a gentle touch. The screens can be easily scratched and antiglare coatings can be damaged. Rub too hard and you can burnout pixels (the tiny dots that compose images on computer monitors and TV screens).
Put preventative measures into play early in the game so you won't have to clean screens often. Keep food, drinks, and kids' exploring hands away from TV and computer screens to eradicate risks of messy splatters and fingerprint smudges. During your weekly house cleaning, lightly dust the screens with a high-quality large-looped microfiber cloth to prevent dust from building up.
When more than a light dusting is needed follow these guidelines: