How To Clean Laptop Keyboard

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Laptops are magnets to dirt and liquids. There may come a time when you need to know how to clean laptop keyboard properly. After all, you spent a lot of money on your laptop. You might as well take care of it.

In order get rid of dirt, your best option is to invest in a keyboard vacuum.

This is the safest and best to get rid of all the magical things that get stuck in your laptop.

One thing is for certain, do not use a compressed air can to clean your laptop keyboard.

The idea is to blow all of the dirt and crumbs out. But instead, you are just going to blow it clear inside your laptop.

Not a good idea.

So What About When I Spill My Drink?

It happens to all of us. We ignore the warnings that say not to have any drinks near our laptop. But we just don't listen!

The best thing to do is turn off your laptop. Then turn it upside down so the keyboard is facing downwards.

Let it stay their for 24 hours. This will allow everything inside your laptop to come out.

Whether you spilled something or not, your keyboard might begin to start getting sticky. In this case, the best course of action is to again shut your laptop down.

Grab a lint-free towel if possible and wet it with water. Rinse it out thoroughly and begin washing your keyboard.

Don't be worried. Your laptop will be able to handle the very small amount of water that is around your keyboard when you do this.

After you are done, again grab a lint-free towel if possible and begin drying your laptop.

Keeping your laptop clean is extremely important when it comes to the lifespan of your laptop. The best thing to do is to avoid anything drastic to happen in the first place.

But well all know that might not happen. So clean your laptop keyboard properly with the information above.

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