A safe and effective way to clean sensitive electronic equipment and other sensitive surfaces. Can be used dry or with screen cleaners to remove dirt, dust and other contaminants without scratching or damaging surfaces.
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200-410 - Industrial Size Screen Cleaning Kit - 22 oz. with Microfiber Cloth
Professional screen cleaning formula that is safe for LCD, Plasma, touchscreen, and all other sensitive display types 22 oz trigger sprayer Includes 12" x 12" microfiber cloth
20-3300 - Glass Cleaner
Removes hand oils, ink marks, dust, fingerprints, nicotine, syrup, carbon, and other soils from work areas. Safe on most plastics.
20-4468 - Economy Duster 152a 10 oz.
152a Duster will quickly and efficiently remove light dust and debris. Its residue free and will not scratch delicate surfaces. Ideal for use on keyboards, electronics hardware and housings. 152a Duster should be handled as any flammable product and not used near ...
20-4585 - LCD and Plasma Screen Cleaning Solution - 6oz. Bottle
Designed to clean sensitive surfaces including non-glare coatings Gel formula will not run down into sensitive equipment Works best with microfiber wipe
50-14795 - Universal Television Stand, For Televisions 32" ~ 60"
Universal Television Stand
Perfect for flat panel televisions that were mounted to the wall, but are to be moved to tabletop use. Universal mounting plate attaches to all VESA standard sets from 200x200 through 600x400, and provides a secure and attractive mount...
50-14534 - Bracket Pole Mount VESA75/100
Pole Mount Bracket for LCD Monitors
Rugged bracket fits any 30mm ~ 60mm diameter pole, whether positioned horizontally or vertically. Great for use with PA speaker and light stands, lighting and stage trusses, and support masts. Pivoting mechanism allows monito...
50-14780 - Equipment Wall Bracket - Adjustable Length
White Equipment Wall Bracket
Designed for supporting microwave ovens from the wall, this bracket is ideal for any type of equipment.
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