There are quite a number of problems, like dust, moisture and scratches, which can damage TV screens. In order to avoid them, you can simply use a TV screen protector. It should be a good quality one or the picture quality can be altered. A screen protector will cost you some additional money but will aid in increasing the life of your television. It is also important to point out that almost all insurance plans don't cover damage to the TV screen itself.
Many high end TV screens are made of glass. One hit on the glass and it will easily crack. A TV screen protector made of transparent plastic will protect the expensive TV's glass from damage. TVs these days are actually a lot more susceptible to damage than the ones we were using 5+ years ago, as we now focus on style rather than robustness. Those super thin TVs with high qualities pictures do look great, but that look comes at the price of fragility.
A TV screen protector should be chosen based on the size of the screen. It needs to fit perfectly or else the look of the television may get spoiled. The ideal situation is for the TV screen protector to cover the screen area and to overlap the bezel (sides) of the screen area. The good news is that your picture quality won't suffer at all as a result of using a TV screen protector. Unless you have your lights positioned oddly, there won't be even the slightest glare showing up on the screen.
The best quality TV screen protectors are made so that you can't even tell that they are separate to the TV. The edges of the protector will match the color of your TV and the screen of the protector is optically clear. So, there's no need to worry that you will have some cheap looking piece of plastic stuck on your expensive, nice looking TV. Occasional cleaning of a TV screen protector will be necessary, but will be needed less often than you're currently having to wipe down your TV screen now. They're also much easier to clean, as you don't have to worry about what you spray on them or how hard you wipe.
Be aware that there are various cheaper TV screen protector options available in the market which claims to be the best option. But they have certain flaws which are really not acceptable. The biggest difference between the options is the thickness of the screen protector, if they do not state the thickness it is most likely a thin piece of plastic that does not offer the level of protection it should. Also, be sure to get that leaves a little space between the TV screen and the protector screen, as otherwise you may find that your TV screen protector actually ends up damaging your TV screen instead of protecting it. Again, this is only an issue with cheap TV screen protectors though. Paying a bit extra is definitely worth it.
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