How to clear a computer laptop keyboard
Before you start cleaning your laptop’s keyboard, make sure it is unplugged and powered off. (It is always better to have a dirty laptop than to shock yourself or ruin your machine during the cleaning process.) Also, remove the mouse, any discs or CDs, USB drives and anything else that’s protruding from your machine.
We have to introduce any of our most frequently used on the maintenance of keyboard skills, as the keyboard is our most frequently used one of the components, although many manufacturers have to take into account its durability, especially in the structure of fully optimized, but drop to wear Stone, a long time to the problem. Or is a key does not work well, either didn’t wear the letters.
The best way to keep your keyboard clean on a regular is to get yourself a can of compressed air, which will safely blow dust right out of the little crevices between your keys. This public school tech support site says:
Firstly, inspect the keyboard for bits of paper and debris. Remove as much as possible with a soft probe such as Q-tip or bent pipe cleaner. Afterwards aim the compressed air can’s nozzle between the keys and blow away all of the dust and other debris that has gathered there. A vacuum cleaner may be used, but make sure the keyboard doesn’t have “pop off” keys that could possibly be sucked up by the vacuum.
A coupla cans of compressed air at Amazon will set you back 10 bucks.
If you – heaven forbid – spill something on your laptop keyboard, get thee to this how to clean up laptop spills tutorial immediately – or at least before your drowning lappie’s last breath. There’s one for desktop keyboards, too.
If there’s been no spillage, but you need help beyond dust-blowing – ie, stains, stickiness, stuck keys, crumbs of cookies past, or general grossness – check out Computing.net’s complicated but thorough Cleaning A Laptop Keyboard article. This one involves rubbing alcohol, tweezers, a kitchen strainer and removing all the keys one by one, so proceed with the utmost caution.