How to clean a computer keyboard, cellphone, tablets & more
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How to clean a computer keyboard, cellphone, tablets & more

How to Clean ElectronicsWe live in a world where everything is digital and electronic. We are all constantly on our smart phones or tablets and our laptops as well because we can do pretty much anything and everything on these things. Well, I bet you don't think about the fact that there are so many germs and bacteria that build up on all of these devices because we use them all the time and we don't sanitize our hands before each use, we eat food while using these devices, and there is just skin build up and germs. Today I am going to be sharing with you how you can give your smart devices a thorough cleaning safely.

Because your devices do get so dirty it is important to clean them I would recommend at LEAST once a week, if not a couple times. It is easy to forget about these things but it is important to do in order to prevent sicknesses from being spread. With electronics you have to be careful when you are cleaning them because you wouldn't want to damage any parts of the actual device. Here are a few ways you can safely clean your smart devices, computers, or keyboards.

Microfiber Cloths

A lot of times you are given these microfiber cloths with your devices or with smart device cases that you may purchase. Microfiber cloths are those really thin cloths that are nice and soft for cleaning your screen. These are perfect for your skin because they are dry and don't require any wet cleansers or water to use them, they are soft material so they won't scratch any screens, and they provide a streak free clean.

Glass Cleaner

Most smart devices screens are made of glass such as smart phones, tablets and iPads, and even computer screens. You can use something as simple as windex to clean these items. If you do choose to do this, be sure to spray the glass cleaner onto your towel or rag, not directly onto the screen because you won't want it to get to be too wet.

Disinfecting Wipes

Lastly, you can also use something as simple as disinfectant wipes such as Clorox wipes and Lysol wipes to disinfect your screens and great for cleaning in between the keys of a keyboard and really getting in there to disinfect everything.

It is really important to clean your smart device screens and keyboards and what not because they are used so much that they begin to build up dirt, debris, and germs. You won't want to pass on any infections or diseases through your devices.

 

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  1. Ryan Escat

    This is such a perfect post. All the people should know how dirty our devices are and how it can affect us. Thanks for sharing the tips for cleaning our devices.

  2. This reminds me that I haven’t cleaned my laptop screen in a while lol

  3. This is such a timely post for me. I have been on a Spring cleaning kick and I always tend to overlook my electronics. Oops.

  4. My son is home sick from school right now. I need to have him disinfect everything electonics he touches.

  5. My go to is typically, the microfiber cloth unless I am sick, then I will go over my products with a disinfecting product. Great tips, thanks for sharing!

  6. Rosie

    These are good tips to know – and to do! I want to try them soon!

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