If the bacteria that are common on the computer keyboard are not cleaned up in time, it will lead to digestive diseases, skin diseases and eye diseases. Experts suggest that you may wish to make a “cleanup” of the computer keyboard on a regular basis:
Tap the keyboard. Turn off the computer and remove the keyboard from the main unit. Put a newspaper on the table, flip the keyboard down, about 10 cm from the table, tap and shake.
Blow off debris. Use a blower to align the gaps on the keyboard keys to blow off the debris attached to them, then flip the keyboard down again and shake it.
Scrub the surface. Wipe the surface of the button with a soft cloth dampened with diluted detergent note that the soft cloth is not too wet . Then use a vacuum cleaner to suck the keyboard again.
disinfection. After the keyboard is cleaned, it may be rubbed with alcohol, disinfectant or medicinal hydrogen peroxide for disinfection. Finally, dry the keyboard surface with a dry cloth.
Wash thoroughly. If you want to completely clean the keyboard, you have to remove the cap of each button. The keycaps of the ordinary keyboard are detachable and can be pulled down with a small screwdriver or a spoon. Large button caps such as the space bar and the enter button are difficult to return to the original position, so try not to remove them. It is best to take a picture of the keyboard layout or draw a sketch with the camera. After removing the button cap, you can soak it in the detergent or disinfectant solution and carefully scrub the keyboard base with a flannel or sterile paper towel.