Cleaning a LED screen is fair easy, but you do need to take a few precautions to not harm your display. Start by finding the right cloths or cleaners, and then gently wipe down your screen, starting with a dry cloth. Also, you need to make sure certain cleaners so you won't damage your screen. Here we have three ways for teaching LED Display owners clean their display by the right ways.
First, Turning the screen off. LED screens do heat up some when they're on, so it's best to turn them off before cleaning. Let it sit for a while until it's cool. Doing likie this way can make it easier to clean, as some of the static electricity will dissipate, which in turn will help release the dust.
Second, Starting with a dry microfiber cloth, Rub the screen down in gentle circles using just a microfiber cloth. The cloth will likely pick up most of the smudges on your screen, as it is able to pick up both dirt and oil. If it wasn't working, you may need to add water next.
Third, Dampening the cloth and adding some water to the cloth, Wring out any excess liquid. You don't want so much water until the cloth is sopping. Rubing down the screen in gentle circles with the cloth, focusing on areas that are particularly smudged