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P.S. The also can dislodge the dust trapped in your computers fan without pulling the whole thing apart - useful for laptops where you need a degree in computing construction to get inside them!
[edited by: PCInk at 12:44 pm (utc) on Oct. 16, 2008]
Most times, I use a little wet cotton cloth or handkerchief to clean keyboard. Sometimes, I apply a liquid solution to keyboard, mouse and screen, that I'd purchased from an optician, for my specs.
useful for laptops where you need a degree in computing construction to get inside them!
Some (most?) laptops have a removable keyboard which should expose some inner components such as the fan. This also aids in cleaning out the keys, obviously.
Also, make sure if you're using any liquids on the keys to let them dry before reassembling and using them. ;)
BUT.... if it is for your desktop then you can look at some of the newer keyboards that are dishwasher safe!
I got some for the office and they work great and you can submerge them in water and still type and it works... the maker made a long cord and tested it from the bottom of his pool with the monitor and tower at pool side.