Thanks for the tips M8. Monitor screens should never be cleaned with window cleaners. They remove the protective covering that manufacturers put on. That's what causes the streaking you mentioned. Baby powder is a brilliant solution.
Got a better idea...buy a new keyboard. they're cheap.Originally posted by ipconfig:
Best way to get a keyboard clean, first get a picture of the keyboard or get the box which it came with (so you can have the proper keyboard layout). Then get something like a screwdriver and pry the keys off one by one....when they are all out you can use a toothbrush to clean the inside and soak the keys in somethin like soap water or something. Get them all dry then place them back one by one (with the help of the layout picture).....If youre not sure ..dont remove the Shift keys and the Spacebar......Good luck
P.S: Sometimes blowing the keyboard makes it worse coz it takes the dirt into those hard to reach places
That is true but if you work for a tight --- company like I do then they won't even buy you that unless it does not work at all.Originally posted by roban:
Got a better idea...buy a new keyboard. they're cheap.
I have wondered about that so often I almost tried it...Originally posted by hammerbill:
I'm wondering if anyone has come up with an air-dust filter to put in front of intake fans. Would it do any good? Or would it just resist air flow too much. Perhaps such a filter could be blown out from time to time rather than replaced.