LCD screen of my HP laptop was cleaned with Collins liquid. After this, although the screen perfect otherwise, yet when the laptop is put on, the display is dirty with spots and splashes here and there as, giving an appearance of wetness.
What is "Collins liquid"? Is it some sort of glass cleaner with ammonia in it? Did you spray it on the screen or spray it on a soft cloth & then wipe the screen? Regardless, glass cleaners should NOT be used on LCD screens. You may have damaged it by using the wrong cleaning liquid. Here's how to properly clean your screen:
Collins liquid is a glass cleaner , and the makers claim it can be used on TV and computer screens. However, the ingredients are not mentioned on the bottle. Even after the incident my laptop monitor is working fine except that a cloudy image has formed on a portion of the screen. Do you think the monitor is permanently damaged, or is it that some liquid has entered the monitor? What can be the possible solution?
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