LCD TVs have become very popular recently thanks to their high-definition display capabilities and declining prices. Eventually you may get a nasty scratch on your screen, distorting your TV with an unsightly white line. There is a popular home method for alleviating scratches in an LCD TV’s screen, though professional repair is always recommended if this method is unsuccessful. Same can be used for laptop screen scratch also. Try other alternate professional LCD screen scratch method before testing below tips. If you have any other good approach just leave a comment it may helps other.
Pencil Eraser Method
- Pre-clean the area. Use clean water and a clean, soft, lint-free cloth. Then dry the area.
- Get a clean, soft pencil eraser. It must have no pencil graphite or anything else on it as you won’t want to smudge that on your monitor.
- Polish the scratch. Lightly rub the eraser over the scratch or nick on the screen in the long direction of the flaw.
- Keep rubbing until the scratch completely disappears
Rubbing Alcohol Method
- Prepare a cleaning solution. Make a 3.5% solution of Isopropyl (Rubbing) Alcohol in water. In the US, Rubbing Alcohol is typically a 70% solution already, so you would dilute 1 part alcohol with 20 parts water.
- Pre-clean the screen. Clean the damaged area of the screen using a tiny amount of clean water and either a soft lint-free cloth or a new cotton swab. Be very gentle, but thorough. Begin with the scratch itself and extend your cleaning to a diameter roughly twice the length of the scratch.
- Begin scratch removal. Dampen another clean cotton swab or the folded corner of a new section of the cloth with the weak alcohol solution. Carefully and gently work it into the scratch, keeping close to the scratch area.
- Continue patiently working. Continue this gentle working motion until the scratch has just disappeared. The weak alcohol solution should dissolve the anti-glare coating so it fills in the scratch area.
- Remove the alcohol. Using yet another swab or section of cloth, gently buff the area with clean water.
- Dry and buff the area.
- Tip: You may need to strengthen the alcohol solution if it doesn’t work. Try doubling the strength and trying again. Keep doing this in steps until you reach about 35% strength. Don’t try anything stronger than this. If it ever begins to smudge, stop at once!
Things You’ll Need
- Two or more small pieces of clean, nonabrasive, lint free cloth.
- An uncluttered, relatively dust-free place to work, if possible.
Additional Things Needed for Pencil Eraser Method
- A clean, soft pencil eraser. (A new white one works best.)
Additional Things Needed for Rubbing Alcohol Method
- About 120 mL (or 0.5 cup) of clean water. Use filtered, distilled, or purified water, not tap water.
- About 50 mL (1-2 capfuls) of Isopropyl Alcohol. (In the US, this is sold as “Rubbing Alcohol” and is a 70% solution.)
- Small, clean containers for the water, the alcohol, and the mixture you’ll prepare.
- Optional: a few clean cotton swabs.
Tips & Warnings -LCD screen scratch
- above method LCD screen scratch is not technically proved, We got good result using above method
- Be gentle when pressing the eraser to the screen so as not to damage any of the liquid crystals behind the display.
- Never use any abrasive material such as sandpaper to alleviate a scratch; this will just make things far worse.
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