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    Default Cleaning laptops....

    What do you all use fur cleaning your laptop? I use a microfibre cloth for the screen and pledge electronic wipes for the lid and keyboard

    Curious as to wether there is anything better as with a £1k laptop I want to keep it in tip top condition and cleaned every night and dust free


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    Default Re: Cleaning laptops....

    You just want to tell us your laptop cost a Grand didnt you.

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    Default Re: Cleaning laptops....

    it would all depend on what sort of 'dirt' you need to remove. If you really are going to clean it every night, then get a keyboard membrane, vinyl stickers and so on, or just forget about it because in 2 years its gonna be worthless anyway....
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    Default Re: Cleaning laptops....

    Hi
    Well when he is out at sea he has to clean the keyboard every morning, after a hard night looking at videos with Mexican midgets and hairy ladies from the 70's.
    I suggest you may need a jet wash or maybe a blow lamp and a bolster.
    Lol

    LS


    Ps. I just use aerosol compressed air and a microfibres m8


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    Default Re: Cleaning laptops....

    I use bucket of soapy water dip it in shake it left then right rinse under tap and then switch on ,

    Failing that microfibres and 3m antistatic clean spray

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    Default Re: Cleaning laptops....

    Jizz and a soft cloth.

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    Default Re: Cleaning laptops....

    Most of the issues you'll get are from dust inside and a reduction in cooling efficiency. Choice is to either take it apart and clean as needed or stick the smallest attachment on a vacuum cleaner (you know the one - the one you use when your misses isn't about) and suck from any air intake/outlet slots. Only issue with this is this can charge the air and potentially damage the laptop, chances are tiny (ive done it several times and no issues) but just giving full info.

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