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Studies have shown that computer keyboards can have more bacteria than toilet seats. Given that little tidbit of information, you might want to consider cleaning and disinfecting your keyboard more often, especially if you share your keyboard and mouse with others.

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                Tips For How To Clean And Disinfect Your
                Keyboard And Mouse

                    Tips For How To Clean And Disinfect Your                   Step 4: If you happen to have a mini vacuum that’s
                              Keyboard And Mouse                               designed to clean keyboards, feel free to use it, but
                                                                               refrain from using a full-size vacuum; you might
                Studies have shown that computer keyboards can                 find your keys in the vacuum’s dust bin.
                have more bacteria than toilet seats. Given that little
                tidbit of information, you might want to consider              Step 5: Wipe the keyboard keys and palm rest with
                cleaning and disinfecting your keyboard more often,            a lightly dampened lint-free cloth, like a microfiber
                especially if you share your keyboard and mouse                cloth.
                with others. Here’s how:
                                                                               Step 6: Using a dry microfiber cloth, remove any
                    Cleaning and disinfecting your keyboard                    remaining moisture from your keyboard.

                C       l      e      a       n        i        n        g     Disinfecting
                                                                               Step 1: Unplug your keyboard from your computer
                                                                               and remove any batteries.

                                                                               Step 2: Wipe your keyboard with disinfectant wipes.
                                                                               Make sure that the wipes aren’t overly damp and
                                                                               that you squeeze out any excess liquid before wiping
                                                                               the keyboard.

                                                                               Step 3: Then immediately wipe your keyboard down
                                                                               with a lightly dampened microfiber cloth.

                                                                               Step 4: Using a dry microfiber cloth, remove any
                                                                               remaining moisture from your keyboard.




                Step 1: Unplug your keyboard from your computer
                and remove any batteries.
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                Step 2: Flip it upside down and give it a good couple
                of shakes.

                Step 3: Blow some compressed air to remove crumbs,
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                dust, and other fun stuff from between the keys.



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                Tips For How To Clean And Disinfect Your Keyboard And Mouse


                    Cleaning and disinfecting your mouse                     Step 3: Then immediately wipe your mouse down
                                                                             with a lightly dampened microfiber cloth.
                                      Cleaning
                                                                             Step 4: Using a dry microfiber cloth, remove any
                                                                             remaining moisture from your mouse.

                                                                             The directions above apply to laptop keyboards
                                                                             and touch pads as well. Just remember to turn your
                                                                             laptop off, unplug the power cord, and remove the
                                                                             battery. You’ll also want to be careful not to allow
                                                                             any excess moisture to enter any openings and ne-
                                                                             ver spray anything directly onto your keyboard,
                                                                             mouse, or laptop.

                                                                             Oh, and just in case you’re thinking about tossing
                                                                             your keyboard in the dishwasher, we don’t recom-
                                                                             mend it. Putting it in the dishwasher or submerging
                                                                             it in water will likely short-circuit the wiring. We
                                                                             also don’t recommend that you disassemble your
                Step 1: Unplug your mouse from your computer                 keyboard to clean it. Most manufacturers discou-
                and remove any batteries.                                    rage users from disassembling keyboards, including
                                                                             removing keys. Doing so will probably void your
                Step 2: Use a lightly dampened microfiber cloth              warranty.
                to wipe away grime or dirt. Be careful not to get
                moisture into any openings.

                Step 3: Using a dry microfiber cloth, remove any             CloudTag: Clean , Disinfect , Keyboard , Mouse , Dell
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                Step 4: If there are loose particles stuck underneath
                the scroll wheel, turn the mouse upside down and
                roll the scroll wheel to help dislodge anything that
                may be stuck inside.                                                                  See also:

                Disinfecting
                Step 1: Unplug your mouse from your computer
                and remove any batteries.
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                Step 2: Wipe your mouse with disinfectant wipes.             Tags: Clean, Dell inspiron 1525 battery, Dell inspi-
                Make sure that the wipes aren’t overly damp and              ron 6400 battery, Disinfect, Hp pavilion dv7 battery,
                that you squeeze out any excess liquid before wiping         Keyboard, Mouse, Sony vgp-bps2c battery
                the mouse. Take care to avoid getting moisture into
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                any openings.



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