Your computer keyboard, according to a few web sources, is several times filthy than the average public restroom seat. Yikes! When was the last time you did a thorough cleaning of yours? We’ll show you how to do it safely in this article.
You’ve undoubtedly been working from home for more than a year, so it’s definitely time to clean your desktop, laptop, or both. We’ll help you clean your computer screen and keyboard of any germs, grime, and bacteria so you can start fresh tomorrow.
Cleaning a computer entails a little more than simply dusting it. It has delicate parts that can be irreversibly damaged if improper cleaning products are used. A few drops of water on a laptop keyboard can seep inside or, at the at least, cause many keys to cease working, necessitating costly repairs or the purchase of a new laptop.
Cleaning the insides of computers should be left to computer repair businesses unless you have prior experience disassembling devices. Cleaning your screen and keyboard, on the other hand, is something you should do every few weeks.
What You’ll Require
Please purchase the items listed below before you begin cleaning. They’re all inexpensive and will work with a variety of other equipment and devices.
Microfiber cloths are available in single or multipack quantities. Unless your laptop is filthy, each will survive a dozen or more times! After that, you can wash them.
Compressed air is used to clear dust from vents and crevices. These can be purchased at Bunnings or ordered online.
Cleaning individual keys with rubbing alcohol and swabs is a breeze. It’s much nicer if you can find ones with pointed heads.
Cleaning solution for laptop screens and other soft plastic surfaces. Please do not clean these with water or rubbing alcohol. Warehouse Stationery sells it along with a couple microfiber cloths.