With the holidays right around the corner, now is the time to start thinking about getting a LCD screen protector before all of your relatives arrive at your home. Think about last year, and the kids running around, toys being tossed about, and how many times the flat panel television screen was accidently hit by wrapping paper, toys, and other objects. How many times did you turn around and feel a moment of panic as you saw an object heading toward the TV screen? With any luck, there was no serious damage to your TV screen.
You might have also gotten tired of telling guests with little and big fingers to stop touching the screen. Any time the TV screen is touched, it can leave hard-to-get-out fingerprints, smudges, food, and smears. After hosting last year’s holiday events, cleaning up the flat panel screen probably was not enjoyable, as you had to be careful of which cleaning products you used, to avoid further damaging the display. Even if you managed to get out all of the fingerprints, smudges, and smears, you may still have had small scratches and chips missing out of the display from where objects accidently hit the screen.
This year, be prepared before your guests arrive and order a LCD screen protector to create a baby-proof flat screen TV. If you have more than one flat panel television in the home, protect all flat panel TVs in the home with screen protectors. Screen protectors are designed to work with most modern flat panel televisions on the market today, including LCD, LED, and plasma screens.
What Size LCD Screen Protector Should I Order?
There are numerous prefabricated LCD screen protector sizes available, ranging from small protectors for 19 or 20 inch flat panel TVs, to large 70 inch screen protectors, and just about every size in between, as well as custom sizes for bigger-screened TVs. To determine the correct size screen protector to order, measure the screen size on your TV. Screen sizes are a diagonal measurement taken from the upper left to lower right, or lower left to upper right, across the face of the TV screen, which does not include any of the border around the outside of the screen. Some newer TVs no longer have any borders, so you can measure screen size using the entire front panel of the television.
Additionally, measure the width and height of the LCD screen. The width is measured from the bottom left to the bottom right of the screen, and the height is measured from the bottom left to top left, or bottom right to top right. Again, do not include any plastic borders in these measurements. Now that you have your measurements for your baby-proof flat screen TV, you can use them to determine whether there is a prefabricated LCD screen protector available, or if you need to special order the screen protector for your television.
For further ordering assistance, or other questions about child-proof TV screen protectors, contact us, here at TV Armor, at 800-890-0073 today.