Cleaning electronics doesn't just make them look sharper, it can also help them last longer. Dust and dirt are among electronics' worst enemies and your gadgets will thank you for protecting them from harm.
Your DVD player provides you with countless hours of entertainment, so all we ask is that you devote a few minutes to cleaning it every now and then. If that seems like a pretty even trade, read on to learn the best care for your DVD player.
If you're a movie buff that can't bear to part with an old-school videotape collection, then you've probably got a VCR somewhere in your house. But to keep those tapes in good condition, you'll need to clean your player -- the right way.
You may not want to think about it now, but your shiny new cell phone will soon become encrusted with fingerprints, dust and all manner of filth. But how do you clean such a delicate piece of machinery? Very, very carefully.
The images on a brand new plasma screen television can be breathtaking, especially for movie lovers. But dust and smudges can get in the way of those sharp images. How do you make those remastered, special edition DVDs shine on your plasma screen?
At the end of a long day, you want nothing more than to flop down in front of your flat-screen TV and zone out. But if you come face-to-face with a dusty, dirty LCD screen, you may want to clean it first. So how do you properly clean an LCD screen?