royster zico: Thanks bud. I did think this was a joke but...yes it did work. After 3 years with a shadow om my tv. Cheers
Ashley Yuro: Just tried this on my vizio with frozen peas seemed to help it a little thanks!!!
ohhhREALY: i will try this . i got an old tv with huge dark smudge mark down the screen :)
Philip Hultgren: Mmm bacon!
Riley Allis: Hey i'm using a Samsung relatively new Tv monitor for my computer and the shadows seemed to be related to my hdmi into my computer, at first i could angle it right then it would be fine but now i have a dark patch that cuts across the top half of my screen :/ will try the bacon but it if its hdmi related idk how its gonna go down
Thiago Melo: Worked for me... but only for a couple hours. It looked like it was fixed, but after some hours the shadow was back again... any suggestions ?
Bill Harris: thanks it lightened up the shadow on mine. I used a frozen tube of Garlic on mine plus it keeps vampires away from my tv.
richard krebs: I never thought I would say, "I need to rub this bacon on my TV." but here we are.
Ryan Rubin: Will this work on an LED/LCD screen? I have cloudy spots and the tv is only a year old. Thanks!
goldcard047: Well thanks a bunch, this has completely destroyed my credibility! I have a shadow on my TV as described. I didn't have any bacon in the freezer but I did have a frozen fish pie which presented a fairly flat surface. So I'm standing there rubbing a frozen Youngs Admirals Pie over the screen when my son's girlfriend rang him. He was sitting in the lounge watching me and I heard his end of the conversation which went something like "What am I doing? Nothing much, just watching my Dad rub a frozen fish pie over the telly"
By the way, it didn't work. I may have been able to forgive you if it had but, as it stands you are now my public enemy number one! (only joking)
Jeff is (Nottheone): lighted up the shadow on mine, thanks
Perry Sass: Just received an older LCD from a friend who upgraded. I'd say about 2/3 of the screen is "in shadow" (slightly darker than the other 1/3, with what looks like a diagonal line demarking where the "bright side" turns to the "dark side." This is quite distracting, but otherwise, the picture is fine. Does this sound like a shadow due to wrinkling of the film? I imagine because the shadow is on such a large part of the screen, I would have to run the ice pack over it for quite a long time if this technique is to work, right? How long would you recommend and how hard are you supposed to press? Thanks.
Arif Nur Rahman: im writing this while i hold my frozen mozarella cheese. lol
MARQUITA BURKETT: I seriously thought this was bogus! I tried it and it worked! The only thing is that it came back a few minutes later. I guess you have to keep doing it.
Randi: Didn't work for me.. I think my tv is done, 7 years was enough I guess.. I have 2 big line shadows on my Vizio lcd 1080p
Bill Lee: When I first saw this , I thought "that is the stupidest thing I have ever seen" . But, being known to do stupid things , I decided to try it. I used a BLUE ICE cooler because bacon has gotten so darn expensive . It didn't work instantly. But, after about 5 minutes of running the ice pack over the bad area, my 2 inch wide dark line was gone.Thanks you treydaponq for saving me $600 that I was going to spend on a new TV.
Chris Walton: Damn it. I have shadowing on my tv but I'm a vegetarian!
E RPaulsen: I have a KDL40S2000 which i inherited with the stain... Tryed this but I didn't see a big change. Do I need to do this several times? For how long? Oh I would be thrilled if this works in my case!
lisa: I have a samsung dlp tv with a 4" black shadow on the left side. I watched your video and was wondering if this would work with my tv? Just because it's not an LCD tv, it's a DLP, I really could use your help. Thank you very much.