Liquid Gold Clean Screen - Review

Our house is full of screens - televisions, computers, smart phones - you name it. Fingerprints? Yes, everywhere. Especially the daycare computer. Scott's Liquid Gold Clean Screen is an excellent product because it's safe to use - safe for all your screens, and safe because it contains no alcohol and no ammonia!
I've always heard not to spray the screen directly and that is exactly how the Liquid Gold Clean Screen is used. One squirt of liquid onto the included suede micro fiber cloth will clean most small screens, larger screens may need two squirts of liquid. It leaves no residue, just a crystal clear screen. It will also work on your DVDs, CDs, sunglasses and even tinted car windows.
I decided to test it out on the daycare flat screen computer monitor. Look at all those preschooler fingerprints!! They are always touching the screen. What a difference Liquid Gold Clean Screen makes! It uses Reverse Osmosis technology, removing the mineral deposits and impurities smaller than water molecules.
You can find Scott's Liquid Gold clean screen at grocers and retailers nationwide or at http://www.scottsliquidgold.com/clean-screen/. Be sure to follow them on Facebook and Twitter too!

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1 comment:

  1. I love their polish and will keep my eyes open for this.


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