In some high-end installations, there may be better-than-average protection for audio-visual gear against mishaps. However, in most cases, there is an apparent risk that should always be considered and a “what-to-do” plan for when it does. When it comes to messes, a large projection screen surface is a hard target to miss. Fortunately, there is a process to clean most projector screen materials. Step 1 is to check your user guide, call the manufacturer or visit the manufacturer’s website to get their recommendation on cleaning your screen.
Some cleaning solvents may actually destroy your screen material or leave it permanently stained so it’s very important to know your “cans and cant’s” before starting. Here are the basic “dirty screen” complaints and what should be done about it.
Screen appears stained, streaked, or otherwise soiled – Check with the screen manufacturer on the proper cleaning process. It typically involves the use of a microfiber cloth and maybe a mild soap and water solution.
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