Most people use their keyboard for years without cleaning them. That is why a lot of them are teeming with bacteria which are indirect causes of sicknesses and diseases.
So how do you clean your keyboard with ease? Here’s 5
Cut the Power Source:
Unplug your keyboard or remove batteries if it is wireless
There are different ways to do this.
You can run a small soft-bristled dusting brush along the top of the keyboard.
You can also use a small hand held vacuum cleaner to suck up dust particles.
If you don’t have access to a vacuum cleaner, use a can of air.
Remove Dirt and Grime:
For traditional keyboards, gently remove keys and wash them in warm water and dish soap.
A toothbrush can help scrub away messes.
For laptop keyboards, gently remove keys with your fingernail or a small flathead screwdriver
Once keys are removed, vacuum any particles stuck under the key.
Look for a disinfectant that is electronics friendly
See the infographic for the rest