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Um, like *in* the monitor, or *on* the monitor screen?
 

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DOn't use chemicals unless it is a TFT cleaner, water (pref distilled) with a cloth is fine.

Ideally, you should turn the monitor off and let it cool, then clean, let it dry and power on again, this will avoid streaks/marks.

Don't press too hard!
 

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Originally Posted by phz10;15198652
Accidently spat hot heat on my monitor,
what is the best way I can go about cleaning it?

Tools i currently have:
Micro-fibre cloth
Windex
Anti-static, anti fog multi-purpose cleaner
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I didn't know there was any kind of other heat
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Just use a damp cloth that should do the trick.
 

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I didn't know there was any kind of other heat
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Just use a damp cloth that should do the trick.
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Alright thanks, i'll try it, and I meant hot tea ^_^, I was panicking
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Stay away from 2 ***** *** cup videos. Then your monitor is safe from tea.
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Don't panic nothing will happen tried cola,tea,coffe(accididently) on a notebook nothing happend.After using the hair drying machine it worked like a charm even though short cuts occured in 3 of the situations.
 

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Nothing wrong with drinking tea... Really... -.-
 

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Nothing wrong with drinking tea... Really... -.-
Yes, drinking tea is perfectly fine. Green tea is good to drink on a cold day.
 
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