cleaning keyboards......

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In the past I've taken all the keys off, put them into the little sealable cage in the dishwasher, and given them a good washing. The board itself is easy to wipe down when the keys have been removed. I don't recommend special additives for keyboard cleaning.
 
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 Originally Posted By: daves66nova
I've read somewhere that keyboards are washable. Is this true?
I've cleaned them with distilled water, but only because something was spilled into them. I've had pretty good luck with that, even back when keyboards cost $60.
 
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 Originally Posted By: Tim H.
Just put the whole thing in the dishwasher and dry it good afterwards. If it doesn't work, get a new one, they are cheap!
Washing your hands a bit more often is also inexpensive.
 
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Buy a new one. For 10-20.00 you can get a new one that is clean and doesn't have sticking keys.
 
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