Who uses a TV screen protector?

Who uses a TV Screen Protector?

Television has become an important part of our lives. The percentage of households that possess at least one television in the U.S. is 99% and 66% of households have three or more. The number of TV sets in the average U.S. household is 2.24. The number of hours per day that TV is on in an average U.S. home: 6 hours, 47 minutes. They are not only important for the entertainment they offer, it is becoming an influential communications media. There are thousands of people who do not read the newspapers or surf the internet. Instead they prefer to watch television as it requires little effort and the news is essentially free and up to date. If a major event transpires the television is the device everyone turns to for their information. You just need to press few buttons on your remote and the entire world is at your feet. You can get news from all over the world through the television. Virtually every country in the world has a large number of news channels that cover all possible incidents happening throughout the world. Moreover there are various entertainment channels which feature different types of entertainment shows, like reality programs, daily shows, dance and music events, cooking and travel shows. If you are not visiting the sports stadiums personally, you still have the option of watching sporting events at home on television. In fact with the increased sales of High Definition TV's many people prefer to stay home and watch sports events in the comfort of their own home. Now there are various types of televisions available in the market today but, the latest ones are flat-screen Plasma and LCD TV and virtually all of them are High Definition sets. These televisions implement the latest and greatest display technology. Unfortunately the price range is quite higher than the old style tube type TVs. Hence making sure you protect your significant investment is very important. There are quite a number of problems like dust, moisture, scratches and many other things than can spoil the quality of picture. In order to avoid them you can simply use a TV protection plan, such as a TV screen protector. It should be a good quality one or the picture quality can be altered. While a TV protector will cost you some additional money but will aid in increasing the life of the television. It is also important to point out that almost all insurance plans don't cover damage to the TV screen itself. TV screen protectors are used for many applications beyond normal household use. Schools and daycare's centers also have LCD and Plasma televisions which need to be shielded as the children can unknowingly harm them while playing with a ball or a toy. For this reason many school authorities prefer to attach a TV screen protector in order to keep the screen safe and avoided unnecessary expenses. Sometimes jails have televisions for the prisoners and use the TV screen protectors because some inmates might harm the TV's. Obviously this is a great idea for a TV screen protector. Another business that uses a lot of televisions is a hospital. Typically they have TVs in the lounges, cafeterias, patient rooms, and even operating rooms. No, they aren't watching the super bowl while doing you gall bladder surgery but they are being used to watch surgical cameras. Hospitals also have many monitors on nursing stations and on various equipment to monitor vitals and other bodily functions. They use TV and monitor protectors to increase the survival of these screens and to prevent damage and downtime. One of the most novel uses of TV screen protectors is seen in the research labs. Here they are used to keep the monitors and screens safe from various lab accidents. There are many people who have problems from ultra violet ray exposure. Exposure can result in skin problems and disorders related to connective tissues. Plasma and LCD televisions produce very low levels of harmful UV light. People who are extremely sensitive to UV light can be affected by this. TV screen protectors block up to 92% of all Ultra Violet light in the UVA/UVB and some of the UVC spectrum (250nm to 400nm). People who are sensitive towards the exposure can still enjoy high quality television broadcast if they install a TV screen protector. 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. Other TV's have a film like feel to them, pushing gently on the screen will indicate the type of surface you are dealing with, those that push in and small swirls appear while you are touching it are extremely fragile and any sharp blow will damage them. They make for an awesome picture but need a flat screen TV protection plan. A flat screen TV 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 protector to cover the screen area and to overlap the bezel (sides) of the screen area. This allows for a standoff of some fashion to be applied to the TV screen protector to help cushion any impacts that might occur. Some people worry about the image quality of their televisions and feel that a protector will ruin it. This need not be a concern if the lights in the room are positioned such to prevent light from the rear of the viewing area to prevent glare on the plastic. The TV screen protector itself is optically clear and will not distort the image. After a while many people even forget that the screen protector is even on the TV. Flat screen TV protectors are easily cleaned with Brillianize Acrylic Cleaner to remove minor scratches, dust, hand prints, and smudges typically inherit in any environment. It's much easier to clean a flat screen protector than worry about damaging an expensive TV screen while cleaning it. 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 TV protection plan options is the thickness of the TV protector, if they do not state the thickness it is most likely a thin piece of plastic that does not offer the level of flat screen protection it should. Also there are TV covers that do not provide for any space between the TV screen protector and the TV screen itself, bad idea. Make sure the TV protection plan that you are paying for is worth it and providing the utmost protection.
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