Removing a Scratch on LCD Monitor

My LCD computer monitor has a scratch on it. I'm wondering if someone might have had that problem in the past. If so what did they use to remove the scratch? I would appreciate it greatly.

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By Barbara from New Waverly, TX

March 11, 20100 found this helpful

If it is not a deep scratch, You can rub it out with a soft cloth the kind you get with a ipod or blackberry phone i have rubbed out a few scratches on both my lcd tv and my pc moniter.

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March 13, 20100 found this helpful

I used the same cleaner that I use on my glass cook top, but rubbed very lightly. When I did this, I applied the cleaner by putting in first on a wet clothe. It is important to get the cleaner all off. Again I used a wet clothe, rinsing the cloth well after each pass, and then drying the screen immediately.

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March 20, 20100 found this helpful

Use a multi surface cleaner, like Mr Min. I used it on my Mobile phone it worked well.

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