rowanhall said:i know... a very boring post!
basically, i love these keyboards but the one flaw is that the dust really shows under the keys!
does anybody have any tips on cleaning these?
cgratti said:Ok this may sound strange, but trust me it works great. You will need a keyboard to borrow for a few days while the other keyboard dries.
Take your keyboard and put it in the dishwasher and run it through a cycle with NO detergent. Just run it throught the whole cycle, then take it out and hang it to dry for a few days. I spilled soda on a keyboard and someone told me to do this and I did, there were no stuck keys and it looked like new.
JUST BE AWARE, THE KEYBOARD MUST BE FULLY DRY BEFORE YOU PLUG IT IN OR YOU RISK FRYING YOU SYSTEM!
Mitthrawnuruodo said:Only when I've handled the keyboard with dirty fingers (food grease or melted chocolate are usually the culprits) I use some mild cleaning product on a soft, hot and damp cloth or, if I need to get between the keys, a Q-tip...
aussie_geek said:Hmmm.. Not so sure on this one. Would you mind sending me a keyboard? I am eager to test this!!
asif786 said:now i just change my wireless keyboard every three months. it's not cheap but it saves the time of opening and cleaning. obviously not the best solution, but great if you're lazy!
asif786 said:hehe, i know - it's disgusting when you can see crumbs and things like that right under the keyboard..eugh.
now i just change my wireless keyboard every three months. it's not cheap but it saves the time of opening and cleaning. obviously not the best solution, but great if you're lazy!