Clean Your Keyboard Top-To-Bottom With A Few Household Items

No matter how clean you try to keep your keyboard, the dust and oil your fingers pick up over the day are bound to get it a little dirty. Thankfully, all you need is a few household items to give it a really deep cleaning.

We've shared a few keyboard-cleaning household items before, like tape, mascara brushes and hair dryers, but if you haven't cleaned your keyboard since the dark ages, you probably need a bit more guidance. Our friends over at the How-To Geek have put together a fantastic guide for taking apart your keyboard and cleaning off all kinds of dust, dirt, grime and spills. It's also in a thorough, step-by-step format so you can follow along instead of just grabbing some brushes and winging it. Hit the link to read the full guide.

How to Thoroughly Clean Your Keyboard (Without Breaking Anything) [How-To Geek]


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    Or buy a new one for ten bucks.

      Benny, That's not really an option when you value your fingers / wrists enough to get a decent keyboard.

      I don't plan on blowing $200 every time I want to clean my keyboard:
      http://www.amazon.com/Filco-Majestouch-2-Tenkeyless-Tactile-Keyboard/dp/B004WOF7QM

        +1 - I don't really want to fork out to replace my G series keyboard despite how much my missus is annoying me about how bad it is.

        Maybe I could sucker her into cleaning it for me.

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