How do (You) clean your keyboard, Cred Forums?

Josiah Stewart
Josiah Stewart

How do (You) clean your keyboard, Cred Forums?

Lucas Rogers
Lucas Rogers

I usually take the whole thing apart and take the keycaps off, then soak it in hot water for a bit and make sure to press the switches so it gets in there. Wait for it to dry and my keyboard is basically brand new. Did it 5 times so far and it hasn't killed my kb yet.

Christian Ward
Christian Ward

You dip the whole thing in the water or just the keycaps?

Caleb Jackson
Caleb Jackson

Take all the keacaps off and put them in a sieve
hold under faucet to get most stuff out, then let the sink fill up with warm water and let it sit in there
while they soak, go get the keyboard and clean it first by holding it upside down and hitting the back of it
and then by compressed air / wiping with very low amount of water / rubbing alcohol for harder stains / qtips for tight spots
when it's done dump all the keycaps on a towel and make sure not to lose any of them while you do this, then rub them dry and put them back on.
warning - do not squish the keycaps against each other while you wash or dry them, they can damage each other with sharp edges

Adrian Gonzalez
Adrian Gonzalez

also, don't put any water inside of the keyboard or inside of the switches, it will temporarily or permanently break the key or the entire keyboard in most cases

Liam Martinez
Liam Martinez

I don't, when it's nasty I throw it away and buy a new one. They're so cheap they're practically disposable these days.

Oliver Reyes
Oliver Reyes

the whole thing

Xavier Carter
Xavier Carter

also, take a picture of your keyboard before removing the keycaps so you can easily put all the keys back to where they were

Caleb Gutierrez
Caleb Gutierrez

Thanks user

Jason Rivera
Jason Rivera

I don't. I'm waiting for the day socjus kills all the nerds and my grandkids can sell the Cheetos detritus and pubic hair stored in my keyboard to archeologists for the price of plutonium.

Robert Long
Robert Long

not image searching your keyboard
not remembering the layout
hunt and peckers btfo

Kevin Rodriguez
Kevin Rodriguez

not having a blank keyboard

David James
David James

Disinfect with a bottle of ammonia from my piss bottles I leave around.

Hunter Diaz
Hunter Diaz

Honestly I turn it upside down and bang it gently on the desk then give it a wipe with a wetwipe or something. I'm lazy.

Ethan Adams
Ethan Adams

I turn it upside down and shake it a couple of times.

Dylan Fisher
Dylan Fisher

bang gently
not smashing the keyboard to get crumbs out from all the doritos

Joseph Baker
Joseph Baker

I cum on it three times a day

Isaac White
Isaac White

gamer gunk

Jose Gutierrez
Jose Gutierrez

cool tip, should try it next time. what i usually do is use pic related to get rid of bits first and then use a stiff paint brush to get rid of stubborn dirt. then wipe down the keycaps with either wet wipes or a soapy cloth.

Landon Stewart
Landon Stewart

never get it dirty
wash my hands thoroughly before and after using it
keep my keyboard or laptop in a case or sleeve when not in use
wash said sleeve every week

Adrian Perry
Adrian Perry

pop off keycaps
put in disinfectant followed by water
swipe keyboard with isopropanol using cotton buds
dry keycaps with towel over a heat source
put back together

Joseph Lopez
Joseph Lopez

Buying new one for 10$.
If not quite fucked up - remove all shit, and wash only plastics in detergent.

Jaxon Fisher
Jaxon Fisher

Pull the keycaps and wipe it down with alcohol or blow it out with an air compressor.
If cleaning keycaps then alchohol+salt in a baggie and shake them.

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