Saturday, April 7, 2012

Scotts Liquid Gold #Clean #Screen #Review

Scotts Liquid Gold
With so many gadgets at home, it's vital that my screens are clean but I don't do clean them that much. Why? Partly because I have no time and partly because I would hate to see a scratch on my screen.

Scott's Liquid Gold Clean Screen claims to be the solution to my problems. A kit contains:
-Spray: Formulated with Reverse Osmosis (RO) Solution that removes molecules of mineral deposits and impurities smaller than the water molecules themselves. Basically, the purpose is to leave your screens clean without streaks or water residue. Size: 6.5 fl. oz.
-Cloth: A unique synthetic suede microfiber cloth that is lint-free and used to apply the RO solution. It's washable and reusable!
I tested it out on quite a few items...:) I haven't seen my Macbook screen this clean in years but it took a lot of effort and elbow grease to get the grime off. I had to spray the cloth twice but I think that's because of how much crap there was on my screen. The iPad screen cleaned much faster and my SO's laptop was kind of in between cleaning difficulties so it somewhat depends on how dirty your screen is. You spray the solution on the cloth and NOT the screen. Its doesn't leave residue but I felt it left a very minute amount of streaks...one or two on my whole screen and an extra wipe would take that off. And all of the dirt and particles end up on the cloth. So, I'm happy with how clean and shiny my screen is now and would probably buy it at the sale price.

They also have Little Clean Screen Wipes for convenience while you're on the go for when you need to clean any electronics including those tough to clean camera lens.

Buy ItShop online for Scotts Liquid Gold ($7.99 for 6.5fl oz). Often on sale for $4 online.

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1 comments:

Beth said...[Reply]

Thanks for posting this. I have always wondered about how this works. Now I know and might have to purchase it next week.

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