How to clean touchscreens

Touch screens are present in many different devices and due to the constant contact that the devices obviously tend to be more dirty and stained. Therefore, it is required more frequent cleaning; but often this cleaning is done improperly, staining and ruining the screen. You should be borne in mind that many of the well touchscreens are delicate beautiful and modern, not in the case of those that have Gorilla Glass technology that offer protection against scratches, dust, etc.

Cleaning a Touchscreen

For cleaning larger screens, such as those of touch monitors, you only need one cotton cloth and microfiber.

Wipe the screen with the damp cloth gently in circular movements, without pressing. Dry the surface with microfiber cloth.

With the microfiber cloth can also quickly clean accumulated dust without “wet” screen.

For cleaning larger screens you only need one cotton cloth and microfiber

To remove grease without leaving stains, use isopropyl alcohol that, unlike ethanol, does not leave the screen yellowish over time. It is also very useful for cleaning the plastic or metal part of the team. You should be very careful when handling this alcohol, keep away from eyes, avoid direct contact with skin and obviously keep out of reach of children. For of smartphones and tablets, it is recommended to use plastic film on the screen for added protection and prevent scratches and other serious problems.

It is important not to place computers with these screens in pockets where there are coins, keys or other hard object, as they can ruin the device considerably.

This way you can have clean all of your touchscreens equipment as tablets, smartphones and other. In the following video you will learn how to properly clean any touchscreen devices.