If you work at an office, probably you have the peace of mind that professional janitorial cleaning services, or some type of commercial building cleaning services are delivered to your workplace at least once a week. Yes, of course, professional know their job and they will clean the office to perfection, but what about all the computer screens that tend to get dusty within a day. All the dust the screen will attract is not only nasty to look at but also not healthy to have to hang around and we are sure that at least once a day you have those 5 free minutes you can use to wipe up the dust collected on your computer screen and carry out with your work. Because of that, we are sure that you will be happy to learn more about effective and cheap ways to make your own screen cleaner, so carry on reading, if you are really interested.

A cheap screen cleaner in a spray bottle and a cloth kept in handy in the drawer require only a bit of attention and a couple of minutes a day to take care of your screen at the office and make sure that all the dust and allergens are removed completely. Everything you need for a cheap, very effective and super easy to use screen cleaner is a microfiber cloth, a small spray bottle, white vinegar and distilled water! We know, hard to believe, but sometimes the simplest things are the most effective!

A microfiber cloth is hands down, a favourite cleaning tool for many, many people. It is so effective in cleaning that it is practically doing it by its own, without requiring extra elbow grease and so. So start cleaning your screen by wiping it with the microfiber cloth only to remove all the bigger messes, the main amount of dust build-up, lint and oily residue.

How to make the magical screen-cleaning spray? Simply combine equal parts of white vinegar and distilled water. Distilled water is the better option because it doesn’t contain all the minerals that leave a residue on the screen.

A little tip is not to spray your cleaning solution directly on the screen, but spraying it onto the microfiber cloth. Then use the damp cloth to wipe down the screen. This way you are not risking of excess liquid to soak into your computer and damage it. Much safer, indeed!

You even don’t need to use that much of the spray, because white vinegar is a real magic for cutting through smudges and loosening the dirt so easily and fast! You can use the same method for cleaning your TV screen at home, for your smartphone. Simply make sure your TV is off and do not press hard when wiping. And here you have it – no dust and sparkling clean screen for just a couple of minutes! Try it, you won’t be disappointed!