If you’re a frequent laptop or computer user, your keyboard is surely one of the dirtiest things in the house. While this wouldn’t be your fault, dust can disturb the functionality of the keyboard sensors and keys. If your keyboard is dusty, you must clean it. If you’ve used a keyboard tester and discovered that some keys aren’t working, your keyboard may need a cleanup to fix the issues.
Cleaning these electronic devices can be a hard job, especially since the keyboard has tiny keys. If you want to clean your laptop or external keyboard without removing the keys, here’s how you can do it.
Follow the simple steps below to clean your external PC or computer keyboard.
Before you start, you will need three things;
If you’ve tested the keyboard’s functionality and found that it’s not working correctly, you can use the method given below to remove dust.
Before you can clean the keyboard, you’ll need;
Once you’re done with cleaning, an additional yet effective practice to avoid dust, dirt, debris, any future liquid spills and food particles getting into your keyboard is to cover your keyboard with a silicon cover.
It really depends on the use and how you use your keyboard. If you eat and drink on your working desk while working or playing video games, your keyboard is most likely to collect food particles and grease. Moreover, if your usage your keyboard too much, they keyboard is open to dust and dirt. It’s suggested to clean your keyboard when you feel the need; weekly, fornighlty, or monthly. The concern here it not to forget to clean your keyboard as we usually do. To make it easier, you can setup a reminder to clean your keyboard if you forget.
Even though it may seem like a hard job, cleaning your keyboard is essential once in a while. This will bring your keyboard back to its regular functionality. So use the method above to give your keyboard an in-depth cleaning