Sanus Elements Screen Care Keeps Your TV Sparkling
Sanus Systems has released its Elements Screen Care ELM101-X1 and ELM102-X1 products for cleaning flat-panel TVs and monitors.
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Sanus Systems’ Elements Screen Care kit
July 11, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger

You may be wondering: How should I clean my plasma screen?

Sanus Systems has an answer for you.

The company is now shipping its Sanus Elements Screen Care, a series of screen care accessories that gently clean flat-panel TVs and monitors, and easily remove dust—or fingerprint smudges (my 2-year-old’s getting better, but sometimes she still tries to touch Dora the Explorer on the TV)—without damaging the screen.

The Elements line includes the ELM101-X1, a complete screen care system contained in a reusable package that reduces material waste. The ELM101-X1 includes a special alcohol- and ammonia-free gel that delicately cleans TVs and monitors without harming screens or discoloring bezels.

The Micro-Mist bottle provides a targeted spray for accurate application, while the unique Elements microfiber wiping handle allows for quick, even window-style cleaning and a microfiber cloth cleans without leaving behind lint or residue. If you love squeegying your windows at the gas station you’ll probably have fun with this.

Also included is Sanus’ antistatic dusting brush attached to the wiping handle that lifts debris and static electricity from the screen between cleanings.

There’s also the barer-bones Elements ELM102-X1 screen care system for use in non-dusty environments. It includes a bottle of cleaning gel with Micro-Mist technology, and keeps a microfiber cleaning cloth in its cap.

The ELM101-X1 lists for $29.99 and the ELM102-X1 lists for $17.99. Sanus says Elements screen care is safe for use on most LCD, plasma and CRT TVs and monitors.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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