Need advice about cleaning my Samsung LED HDTV
The TV in question is a 50" Samsung 5300 series LED. I moved apartments in February. Although my Dad transported the TV, when the mover was lifting it from the carpet to the TV stand, he got a bit of water off his glove on the TV (it was raining outside). I think my first mistake was using old cheap LED/Plasma/LCD wipes I bought at a liquidation world. I wiped the area he made a glove print and in it, turn left, streak/cloudiness. Because of the fogginess/streaks the wipes left behind I went out to Wal-Mart and spent $20.00 on a Philips LED/LCD/plasma screen cleaning kit (green eco friendly spray bottle + microfiber cloth). After cleaning it 2-3 times with this, the whole screen has cloudiness only visible in certain lights. (Definitely not visible when playing xbox one or watching a dvd/bluray). But I wish to return my screen to its original pristine condition before I moved.
My friend suggested I buy a box of good quality wipes, clean it, then use a microfiber to dry up the residue. Sound good? how would _you_ do it?
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