Removing Hairspray from LCD TV Screen?

How do I remove hair spray from my LCD TV screen?

By Sherry Murdock from Provo, UT

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August 2, 20100 found this helpful

I believe LCD screens are made of plastic and hairspray has alcohol in it, alcohol etches into plastic, I am not sure it can be helped. This is why manufacturers recommend not using anything on the screens except a dry cloth or a cloth slightly moistened with water.

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July 5, 20180 found this helpful

Used SEE THROO digital screen cleaner using a microfiber cloth.

Got rid of the hairspray residue!!!!!
Did not damage the LCD SCREEN AT ALL

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August 2, 20100 found this helpful

OK check this site out:
answers.yahoo.com/.../index?qid=20100727212317AAHCPrR

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July 20, 20190 found this helpful

Use hot water on a soft rag that is rung nearly dry. Carefully wash about 1/3 of the screen carefully then with a soft dry rag dry that part of the screen. Repeat that process for the rest of the screen. Be careful not to get water on the edge of the screen where it might get inside

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July 20, 20190 found this helpful

Use hot water on a soft rag that is wrung nearly dry. Carefully wash about 1/3 of the screen then, with a soft dry rag dry that part of the screen. Repeat that process for the rest of the screen. Be careful not to get water on the edge of the screen where it might get inside or behind the screen. Polish the clean screen with a very soft lint-free cloth.

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