Home Theatre Spring Cleaning

Spring is the time when a lot of people perform a general clean to their homes. A lot of attention is paid to certain accessories and additions like carpets, curtains, hard-to-reach places and outdoor areas.

If you have a home theatre system, spring is just the time for a clean of the machine. It will rid you of dust and dirt that have accumulated during the winter season when you didn’t have a chance to air the room. It will also make your viewing pleasure better since the screen is going to be brighter and dust-free. No more grainy pictures.


So what do you have to do to spring clean your home theatre? Just follow the instructions below. Read more!

Types Of TV Screens And How To Keep Them Crystal Clean

For one reason or another, people around me have been left under the impression that I’m technologically savvy. For a few years now, I’ve been in charge of keeping all my friends’ computers and laptops clean (both on a software and hardware level) and working fine and dandy. I don’t really mind because I like tinkering about with tech, but sometimes it gets just too much for me. It’s one thing to ask me to fix computers with basic problems, but it’s another thing altogether to ask about other electronic items around the house.
The latest fad is asking me how to properly clean a screen, whether it’s a TV, monitor or laptop display. Since I’ve experimented with a lot of household products to solve my own problems with smudges on the display (I have the terrible habit of touching my monitor right after I’ve eaten chips or something like that), I’ve always been able to provide a proper solution to the problem. However,  since many people have been asking me about this lately, I decided that it would be better to just write an article about instead of explaining every single time.

How to clean an LCD/Plasma TV screen, monitor or a laptop display

Since most displays today share the same properties, they are all cleaned in the same manner, as well. You only need two basic components – electronics spray and a microfiber towel. Read more!