Computers and mobile devices, love them or hate them, are a big part of our lives. We love the connection and tasks they organize and speed up for us. However, they are not frustration-free.
From hard drive crashes to adjusting to software updates, computers take a lot of your time and care. That care extends to keeping the machines themselves clean. Whether removing fingerprints, dust or the dreaded coffee spill, cleaning your computer, tablet or phone is a task that requires a regular schedule.
An article posted by Green Home Cleaning of Asheville, North Carolina shares a great set of quick tips for cleaning your computers and mobile devices. From routine dusting to dealing with crumbs on your keyboard, the article gives details on how to get your computer back in shape in no time.
One of the most helpful tips of the post was using compressed air to do deep cleaning of your keyboard:
“If your problem has to do with dust around and under the keys that won’t budge with ordinary dusting, you might want to try spraying the keyboard off with compressed air. It comes in a can, is environmentally friendly, and should be available wherever electronics are sold. The can comes with a little, thin straw to attach to the nozzle. When using the compressed air, make sure the straw is tightly secured and aim it right at the surface or nook you are trying to clean, leaving only about an inch or two of space between the tip of the straw and the cleaning target.”
Read the entire article here: http://www.greenhomecleaning.com/blog/2015/1/28/how-to-keep-your-electronic-devices-clean
Regular cleaning of your computer and mobile devices with just a few minutes of your time plus the right tools can keep them humming and easier to use.