Dusting your home entertainment systems can be a tricky thing to do. It’s annoying and keeping dust from getting into your devices can be difficult. When watching TV, fingerprints and smears can bug you when your trying to enjoy a good movie. Here are some ways that I found helpful in keeping those dust-bunnies away.
As much of a pain that it is, dusting daily can help prevent dust from getting into your devices such as DVD players, Blue-Ray players and game consoles. Simply taking a soft cloth and wiping the device down can reduce the amount of dust that may get in. Dusting your home entertainment systems daily can also keep dust from spreading to the rest of your home.
Use a soft cloth and a little water:
When wiping down your devices use a slightly dampened soft cloth. You don’t want to spray water directly on electronics. Doing so may cause your devices to stop working. I find that wiping it down with a slightly dampened cloth works great. The water helps pick up dust easily.
Windex is useful in wiping down T.V screens. The same as with water do not spray it directly on the screen. Spray it on a paper towel then wipe the screen. All of those nasty fingerprints and smears should go away.
Clean small buttons with Q-tips:
Small buttons on your devices can get dirty easily with daily use. I suggest using a Q-tip. Just simply dip the Q-tip in water and wipe buttons in a circular motion. Just be careful not to use too much water. Knobs can be done the same way.
When it comes to speakers dust-bunnies collect on the face of the speakers, which may a ffect sound. I find that using a hose extension on the vacuum cleaner is a quick easy way of cleaning the speakers.
I like using feathers dusters for a quick touch up. This helps with dusting your devices daily. If you don’t have time to get out a cloth, go around your electronics with a quick swoop with your feather duster.
Visit your local electronics store:
A visit to your local electronics store might be helpful in finding the right supplies needed. There you might find other things that you could use for cleaning your systems. Don’t be afraid to ask questions about what you may need.
I hope that these tips that I gave will be very helpful in cleaning your home entertainment systems. It can be a hard task but with patients, it can be done.