Is your screen a blur? With dusty, greasy finger marks and odd unidentifiable speckles which make reading items on your screen an invitation to a headache, the same as wearing dirty glasses would!
In the office environment, your computer screen is the main thing you look at and we stare at it for most of the day, every day! So keeping it clean and clear to see at all times is a must.
Advice to Help Keep Your Screen Clean
1. Make sure the monitor is switched off before cleaning
Most disposable screen cleaners are of the ‘wet wipe’ variety and can be very effective, however if your screen is on then it is warm, a warm screen and a wet cloth will result in a streaky mess. Try cleaning your monitor screen before you turn it on in the morning, whilst it is cool to the touch.
2. Use a soft, dry cloth.
The dry method is ideal if your screen is dusty rather than dirty. Cleaning the screen like this avoids leaving any residue on the screen and it won’t scratch the surface. If the screen is very dirty, change to a new piece of cloth so no dirt gets smeared onto the screen. If some marks are harder to get off than others, make sure clean them gently without pressing hard on the screen as this may damage it.
3. Regular cleaning
As with all office cleaning tasks, regular cleaning will eradicate the need for time consuming deep cleaning. A quick wipe over with a soft cloth once a week will stop the build-up and keep it a quick and easy task.
Of course if you don’t have the time to stay on top of this and your other office cleaning then give us a call on 01604 791799 or email email@example.com a couple of hours a week, fortnight or month can go a long way to keeping your office clean, tidy and presentable for you, your staff and your visitors.
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Tel: 01604 791799 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org