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Believe it or not, your laptop or computer keyboard is one of the filthiest items in your home. For the sake of your – and your computer’s – health, it’s a good idea to disinfect it daily. Sansoni recommends removing any debris particles stuck between the keys by using an air duster or turning the keyboard upside down and shaking it gently. Then clean the keys with a disinfectant wipe or spray, making sure the keyboard is completely dry before reconnecting it or turning your computer back on. Instructions may vary depending on the device, so check the manufacturer’s guidelines for the best cleaning products to use.

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