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How to Clean A Projector Screen 2022

by Frank Law 09 Jan 2024 0 Comments

How to Clean A Projector Screen?

June 9,2022


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Cleaning dust

If your projector screen is not that dirty and has no residue or blemishes, you can try dusting the screen with short bursts of compressed air. Compressed air helps loosen the dust and will not harm your screen. As for compressed air, you can purchase those typically used for cleaning electronics. You can also wrap your fingers with masking tape and dab the screen to stick away from the dust. But remember to be cautious and gentle, as it can accidentally damage the surface of the screen.

Removing stubborn stains or stickiness

In this process, you may need to make a solution using 95% warm distilled water and 5% dish soap. Put the ingredients in a large bowl and mix until well combined. Dampen a microfiber cloth or a cotton cloth with the solution and wring it out completely, making sure not to get it too saturated. Then wipe the screen from side to side with the damp cloth with light pressure. It is recommended to wipe the screen in one direction, because wiping in a circle may cause damage to the screen. If the mild soapy water doesn’t get the job done, you can try dipping denatured alcohol with your cloth. After wiping with the dampened cloth, you can use a dry cloth to wipe off the excess water.

Removing residual marks

If there are still some stubborn residual marks that require extra power to get clean, you can try using Q-tip and isopropyl alcohol. Dip one end of a Q-tip in isopropyl alcohol and make sure it is completely saturated. Since the alcohol will be more powerful than the solution, do not use it on large scale, but use it for spot treatments. When you are wiping the mark on the screen using the Q-tip, try to be as gentle as you as possible. You should not press into the screen too hard. And then use the other dry end of the Q-tip to dry the spot right away. Remember not to let the alcohol soak into the screen or it will leave a permanent stain. 

Some tips for cleaning a projector screen


  • Wear gloves - If you don't want to accidentally get oil on your hands or scratch the screen with your fingernails, you can put on a pair of gloves before cleaning.
  • Use a soft cloth - Using an abrasive sponge or a scrubbing sponge will easily damage the surface of the screen. So instead of a sponge, use a soft cloth like a microfiber cloth or a cotton cloth.
  • Don’t use harsh chemicals - Avoid using cleaners containing abrasives, waxes, or harsh chemicals as they can damage the reflective surface of the screen.
  • The Sooner the Better - Clean up as soon as something spills on the screen to prevent smudging.


If you want to enjoy a crystal-clear image from your projector screen, it is necessary to upkeep your screen regularly. And for extra protection, you can always retract the projector screen and store it when you are not using it. 

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