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Screen Cleaning 03 Jul 2003 09:07 #29728

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1.We have a screen which was cleaned last year but now features a large streak where someone tried to get something off of the screen. Any suggests?
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Re: Screen Cleaning 03 Jul 2003 09:11 #29729

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2. I know that there are proffesional services that clean movie screens. But I'm in a small town in the country and am trying to keep costs down. Does anyone out there have any suggestions on what to use for gum,soda,and gummybear stains? I don't have all these problems, just covering all the bases.
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Re: Screen Cleaning 03 Jul 2003 09:15 #29730

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3. Does anyone out their clean their own screens? I have many removed gummi bear spots that shine really bright when you look at them at certain angles. I simply took a clean cloth a water only, and rubbed them out tonight and it worked well.
But how about the entire screen? Is their any cleaning agent that can safely be used, or is just water the best way? OR, should I just find a professional to do it?
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Re: Screen Cleaning 03 Jul 2003 09:37 #29731

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4. One of my screens has some pretty bad stains on it. I don't want to undertake the cleaning proccess if I can aviod it. I was wondering if any of you know of a cleaning service in the Northern New England area. Have any of you had your screens cleaned by a service cleaner and were you happy with the results? [url=index.php?option=com_kunena&Itemid=27&func=view&id=4976&catid=39#4976]http://www.bigscreenbiz.com/ubb/Forum39/HTML/001082.html[/url]
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Re: Screen Cleaning 03 Jul 2003 09:41 #29732

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5. I've never had to do this before. Our screen was new when we opened our theatre and now I'm beginning to see some spots forming. They are small right now and I want to get at them before it becomes a bigger problem. What is the best way to go about removing them? [url=index.php?option=com_kunena&Itemid=27&func=view&id=5806&catid=39#5806]http://www.bigscreenbiz.com/ubb/Forum39/HTML/001221.html[/url]
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