Sometimes when I ask a question, I get an answer which is very weird or even blatantly false (at least I think so).
On one hand, it should probably go in the red as it may lead some users astray (especially who are not an old hand at the given topic).
On the other hand, we all make mistakes from time to time and I try not to be judgemental in such cases. I reckon -1s to be a way to go hard, so I always discuss the answer in the comments first (at the end of the day, it might be me who is in the wrong). What is the best strategy for such communication? I like adding something among the lines of "I might have just misunderstood your answer (that is probably the case). Can you add a bit more explanation, please?" after going over the points I find to be wrong, yet it does seem a bit like the so-called noise.
What is the best way to react without being judgemental or whatnot?