- Complexity: easy
- Easy does it, and watch those liquids around the keys.
- Always unplug keyboards before cleaning them. Remove dust by gently vacuuming the surface using a soft brush attachment, or by inverting the keyboard, tapping the back lightly to dislodge particles, and brushing the dust out from between the keys.
- Rubbing alcohol may be used to clean fingerprints and grime on and around the individual keys. Dampen, don’t soak, a cotton swab or small, soft cloth for this task. Avoid using common household cleaners on plastic components, since these alkalis can damage the plastic.
- Proceed carefully: Any fluid that makes its way onto the conductive surface underneath the keys can short out the keyboard and destroy it quickly.
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