How to clean a key­board pro­per­ly?

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Plastic

Use a soft cloth and a vine­gar-based hou­se­hold clea­ner to clean our key­boards. Exert slight pres­su­re with the cloth, which has been soa­ked with the clea­ner and then squee­zed out, and remo­ve any dirt with cir­cu­lar move­ments. Then wipe the clea­ned sur­face with a damp cloth in order to remo­ve any remai­ning clea­ning agent. When dis­in­fec­ting, we recom­mend that you use an alco­hol-based dis­in­fec­tant in line with the manufacturer’s spe­ci­fi­ca­ti­ons.

Never use any abra­si­ve sub­s­tan­ces, such as steel wool or aggres­si­ve scou­ring agents, to remo­ve stubborn marks.

Sili­co­ne

Use a soft cloth and a vine­gar-based hou­se­hold clea­ner to clean our key­boards. Exert slight pres­su­re with the cloth, which has been soa­ked with the clea­ner and then squee­zed out, and remo­ve any dirt with cir­cu­lar move­ments. Then wipe the clea­ned sur­face with a damp cloth in order to remo­ve any remai­ning clea­ning agent. When dis­in­fec­ting, we recom­mend that you use an alco­hol-based dis­in­fec­tant in line with the manufacturer’s spe­ci­fi­ca­ti­ons.

Never use any abra­si­ve sub­s­tan­ces, such as steel wool or aggres­si­ve scou­ring agents, to remo­ve stubborn marks. Do not use any clea­ning agents con­tai­ning sub­s­tan­ces that are listed as non-resistant in the fol­lo­wing table.

Glass

Use a soft cloth and a vine­gar-based hou­se­hold clea­ner to clean our key­boards. Exert slight pres­su­re with the cloth, which has been soa­ked with the clea­ner and then squee­zed out, and remo­ve any dirt with cir­cu­lar move­ments. Then wipe the clea­ned sur­face with a damp cloth in order to remo­ve any remai­ning clea­ning agent. When dis­in­fec­ting, we recom­mend that you use an alco­hol-based dis­in­fec­tant in line with the manufacturer’s spe­ci­fi­ca­ti­ons.

Never use any abra­si­ve sub­s­tan­ces, such as steel wool or aggres­si­ve scou­ring agents, to remo­ve stubborn marks. Do not use any clea­ning agents con­tai­ning sub­s­tan­ces that are listed as non-resistant in the fol­lo­wing table.