First of all, we need to clarify which screens you wish to clean. There is a variety of screens in most homes. 

  • Window Screens including Fly- or Security Screens 
  • Shower Screens mostly made of glass 
  • TV and Laptop Screens 

What is the best screen cleaner for Window Screens? 

Security- or Fly Screens are an excellent investment for any home. They are helpful in preventing insects, such as mosquitoes, flies, and bugs, from getting into your space. They also add a pleasant additional layer of security to your home, helping to protect your family as well as your goods. 

It is inevitable that dust, filth, and insects will accumulate on fly screens; unfortunately, this is just a part of the functions that they perform. To your relief, restoring the like-new appearance of your fly screens is a really simple process.

Are your screens designed to be removed? Regardless if this is possible or not the Green Cleaning Glove will be the perfect tool to clean your mesh inside and out. Simply wet your Screen Cleaning Glove and move it in a s-shape over your mesh. This will work on any mesh including fabric, aluminium or steel. Just make sure you you only press the Glove gentle on the fabric surface to avoid it removing it from the edges.

The patented fibres of the screen cleaner will attract dust and dirt like a magnet making sure all grime and dirt is removed to allow a pleasant airflow. The Green Cleaning Glove will also take care of all your windowsills, door frame, or outdoor furniture while you are doing so. Using only water with this Glove will assure the mesh will stay cleaner for longer as no sticky residue is left behind. 

The Green Glove can also be used for cleaning natural stone masonry, window sills, front doors, blinds, cellar windows and shafts, terraces and garden furniture, pergolas, plastic roofs of all kinds, stairs, grilles, stone figures and fountain systems. This fibre is ideal to clean rougher materials, masonry, wooden beams (natural), metal doors, wood and plastic panels, natural stone surfaces, sports shoes, carpets/upholstery for cleaning large areas.

The dirtier the surface the more water you will require. If you are dealing with grease or oily surfaces make sure to add a few drops of the ph-neutral detergent to a 5l bucket of water. This will make cleaning the Glove a lot easier. On the other hand it will protect the fibres so they prolong their long life span. 

What makes this screen cleaner so powerful? The Ha-Ra Screen Cleaning Glove has a uniquely robust fiber with a pile height of 20mm, which also manages to remove stubborn dirt outdoors. The unique fibres and backing fabric are made of 100% polyester and are produced by hand in Germany, which makes it a long-lasting and powerful cleaning tool in every household or commercial cleaning business. 

What is the best screen cleaner for Shower Screens? 

We all appreciate the modern elegance that bathroom shower screens and glass doors bring to our bathrooms. Glass shower screens, on the other hand, attract filth, mineral deposits, and ugly soap scum accumulation. And, while bathroom cleaning might be tedious, we cannot simply leave the soap scum to accumulate because it can build up over time and become very difficult to remove.

So, what is the best screen cleaner and how can you get soap scum off your bathroom glass doors and keep them looking nice? We gathered some helpful and simple ways for removing soap scum off shower screens. Looking for the a screen cleaner, it is important to consider using effective equipment. A window cleaner can be quite helpful in removing soap scum from the bathroom glass screen. This tool ensures that no watermarks or soap residue remain after your glass has dried. After thoroughly cleaning your shower screens with an Ultra Cleaning Glove, use the glass squeegee to remove any excess water from the surface and enable the screen to dry smudge-free.

If you have a new glass screen installed and take care of it from day one, you won't ever have any issues cleaning it. Often people use too many harsh chemicals on their glass to remove heavily established build up, which will destroy the layers of the glass and makes the surface uneven, allowing new dirt and deposits to accumulate on the surface. 

It is preferable to use gentle cleaners for all cleaning tasks in your home to prevent further depletion of the environment. If you maintain your surfaces with a pH neutral detergent, no damage or harm can be done to the screen. However, if the build up has been there for a while you may need to use some Kalkex, which is a natural citric acid to remove deposits. 

If the shower screens have not been cleaned for a while you may need to add some Blue Cleaning Paste to the surface. Gently clean the surface with the paste and a soft cloth to remove any build up and soap scum. After removing the soap scum, give the glass screen a good final rinse.

What is the best screen cleaner for TV and Laptop Screens? 

To begin, it's vital to know that the cleaning instructions below will work whether you have an LCD or another form of TV screen, such as an LED or plasma. Unplug your television before you begin cleaning it. This prevents any potential electrical catastrophes, such as unexpected shock, and turning off the television screen allows you to thoroughly inspect it for concerns like lint and grime. 

Skip the rough paper towels and tissues, which aren't smooth enough and do not remove the chance of damaging the incredibly sensitive TV display. Instead, use a dry anti-static microfiber cloth, such as the Star Polishing Cloth or Crystal Cloth. Make sure your microfiber cloth is free of dust and debris to avoid getting particles embedded in the fragile screen. Gently brush the TV to remove any dust with a circular motion and a light touch. We encourage folding the cloth to use a new side with each cleaning stroke - folded into quarters, so you have eight surfaces.