Next time we pull one out, we have to make sure that as it comes up, we get the tail of the wipe and pull it just a little more. We must not end up with a wipe breaking off and getting stuck inside. In the example, three of them are taken out.
On a laptop, we can press keys, tap the touchpad, and check the power button to ensure that the computer is turned off. The reason we need the system turned off is that we probably will need to clean the keyboard as well.
We take the two wipes that we have pulled out earlier, and we are just going to start cleaning from the top of the screen
We wipe across the screen. We do not wipe in circular motions. The reason we don't wipe in circular motions is that circular motions can create large circular scratches to which a human eye gets attracted. We always go back and forth across until the screen is clean.
Once again, we are going to go in the back-and-forth manner across the screen with the two more towels
The reason we are going back and forth is that if we clean in a circular motion on a laptop screen, we run the risk of scratching it. Scratches are something that draws the human eye. Whereas scratches in straight lines will draw attention much less likely.
In this video, the computer was accidentally turned on, which is fine and can happen to anyone. We are going to shut down the PC because we do not need the computer on.
This concludes the tutorial on how to properly clean the LCD screen or the panel of the laptop without scratching and damaging it so that it looks clean when you have finished the cleaning. Thanks for watching VisiHow! If you have comments, questions, or suggestions, or you would like to share your method of cleaning with us, then please do so in the comment section below. Thanks! Have a great day!