- Brand Name: Monster
- Model Number: TV CLNKIT
Monster TV CLNKIT Alcohol-Free ScreenClean Kit - Traditional Packaging
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- Powerful Cleaning Solution Removes Dust, Dirt & Oily Fingerprints
- Advanced Formula Cleans Without Dripping, Streaking Or Staining
- Powerful cleaning solution removes dust, dirt, and oily fingerprints
- Advanced formula cleans without dripping, streaking, or staining like ordinary cleaners
- Includes a high-tech reusable MicroFiber cloth that cleans screens without scratching
- Delivers clear, vibrant picture with ultra-sharp definition
- Cleans TVs, camcorders, camera lenses, HD monitors, and other video displays
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Today's home theater and multimedia displays and lens are designed to deliver high resolution images and graphics, however dust and dirt in the air can collect on these devices, limiting their performanceand cause blurred viewing. When the viewing is blurred, the performance is not at its best and you are not getting your money's worth for the device.
Keeping these devices clean is important in enhancing performance and enjoyment....
Safe and Effective Cleaning
Unlike ordinary glass cleaners ScreenClean has been specifically formulated to be alcohol-free and ammonia-free to remove dust, dirt, and fingerprints safely and effectively. With the ScreenClean solution and special MicroFiber cloths, you will be able to gently clean and polish your displays without scratching or causing damage to the protective coatings designed to protect and enhance the image.
You will get more out of your displays by keeping them as clear and bright as possible...
No Mess Application
One of the problems with a liquid on a vertical surface such as a display is that it will run down before you have a chance to wipe it off. With ScreenClean's liquid gel formula, it stays where you spray it so it won't drip. No need to worry about damage to delicate components or furniture.
In addition to cleaning, the ScreenClean solution contains a special polymer to protect the display while reducing static electricity. Your displays will remain cleaner, longer extending use time between cleanings.
ScreenClean for All Your Displays
In Your Home or Office
With the ScreenClean large cleaning pack, you get a large bottle of ScreenClean and two special MicroFiber cloths, so you can keep all the electronic displays in your home and office free from dust, stains and streaks
On the Go
With the ScreenClean travel pack, you get two small bottles of ScreenClean and special MicroFiber cloth, so all your portable electronic displays can stay free of dust, stains and streaks.
***Caution: Keep away from children. To prevent potential damage, be sure ScreenClean is compatible with your product/display before using. If the product you are cleaning requires soap and water only, do not use ScreenClean.
Top Customer Reviews
Tried it on my 50" plasma and initially it seemed to work pretty well, but as I looked closely at a reflection in the plasma glass I saw streaks! So, I got a flashlight and looked over the entire display and sure enough, there were streaks all over. Now I'm not one to just slap some cleaner on and a couple of swipes and I'm done. I meticulously polish the screen.
Started over doing a very small section, applying cleaner to cloth, spreading on display, turning cloth to dry area, polish, polish polish - still streaks. Mind you I'm doing this with a flashlight in hand, so every little flaw is visible.
I found that the only way to prevent streaks is to continue working the damp cloth on th display until it less damp, then turn to the dry area for polishing. Which brings me to another problem ...
After doing the above, I noticed literally hundreds of little fibers on the display, with some seemingly stuck to the screen to where i had to rub harder than i would like to get them off. Even still when i did that there were more fibers. Again, did this with a flashlight.
Lastly, After getting everything seemingly good to go, I did a follow up inspection the day after i cleaned the display with this product and noticed what appeared to be a subtle film on the glass. I took a cloth and wiped it off easily, but darn if it didn't come back in a short while. It looked like some type of mild condensation. Again this was with a flashlight in hand.
After all of this, I went back to my old Mirachem Optix cleaner and a true microfiber cloth (the tighter weave type that is used for lens cleaning). I did one half of the display only and left the other side as it was from the Monster cleaner. After several hours I went to inspect it once again and there was the haze on the Monster side, but the side I sued my old cleaner on was clear. When I say haze, it's not noticeable without the flashlight, so most folks wouldn't see it, but with a flashlight it is obvious, particularly on the black band around the actual viewing area.
I haven't tried this product on my LCDs and it may work great on the plastic surface, as opposed to the glass of the plasma. For me, it's just not worth it. Get a good flashlight and check for yourself ...or don't and you'll never know that it isn't perfect.
My advice for those experiencing this same problem: think of it more like you're polishing the screen rather than cleaning it. Focus on specific sections, and keep your polishing as focused as possible to avoid overlapping into areas already completed. Also, the customer service rep at Monster was very attentive and mentioned that the cleansing ingredients may separate over time... so be sure to vigorously shake the solution before applying it to the cleaning cloth. That may or may not help. But honestly, I thought I was going to have a heart attack at the possibility of a $20 cleaner destroying my $2000 TV... And the worst part is, it really didn't even need to be cleaned in the first place.
However in all fairness to Monster, aside from the difficulty in removing the streaks, my screen now looks crisp and clean. I haven't yet found or tried another product. But I can tell you this, my screen will have to get pretty dirty before I attempt to clean it using this method again.