Unlike a Television Screen which sits in one place, relatively undisturbed, laptop screens are constantly on the move: exposed to dirt, grime, dust and worst of all, finger prints. Luckily cleaning your computer screen is not very hard to do and can even be accomplished with household products. Once the proper cleaning solution has been determined or mixed, the next stop is to place the solution is a spray bottle. A spray bottle with a fine mist is the best choice. Do not spray the bottle directly onto the screen, this could cause damage to the laptop. Instead, spray the mist onto cotton cloth.
Make a special cleaning solution or use commercially available cleaning kit designed specifically for use on LCD screens. If you do not use a special commercial cleaner, the ideal solution is plain distilled water. If more heavy cleaning is needed a 50:50 mix of white vinegar and distilled water can also effective. Make the cleaning mixture and keep it in a small container nearby. Shut down your laptop before cleaning. Apply the solution to a very soft cotton cloth, such as a lint-free microfiber cloth or old T-shirt; it is better to use lint-free lens wipes instead of a cotton cloth. A large cloth is best, since it will help to reduce the risk of leaving streaks across the screen from finger pressure. Soak cloth in the cleaning mixture, then wring it out completely. It should be damp but not wet. Wipe the computer screen down gently in long motions rather than hard circles. Dry the screen with a dry cloth. If your screen is damage or you prefer to replace with better one, you may find third-party companies on the market that are selling laptop screens since most laptop manufacturers charge so much.
The first step in cleaning laptop screen is to find a cleaning solution to use. Many commercial cleaning products can be purchased at regular department stores and electronic stores. These types of cleaning products may be labeled as television cleaners, LCD cleaners, computer cleaning wipes, etc. There is no need to buy these products, and most of them are the same as the same solution you can make at home for cleaning laptop screen. A very fine cotton cloth should be used, and nothing with a rough service such as a towel should be used. Be sure not to overly moisten the cloth, ideally it should be moist not wet to prevent excess cleaning solution from dripping off the cloth and possibly causing harm to the laptop.
The best thing to use when cleaning computer screen is plain distilled water. If more serious cleaning is needed, plain distilled water mixed with vinegar (50/50) can be used. It is not recommended to use any cleaner with strong solvents for cleaning LCD screens, strong solvents include: alcohol and ammonia.