|Specs||5.64 oz. each|
|Type||Electric handheld vacuum|
|Specs||Silicone wiper and bristles; retractable|
|Type||High pressure air duster|
|Type||Brush and microfiber cloth|
|Specs||2 brushes, storage ring, storage bag for cloth|
|Type||Mini vacuum & gel|
|Specs||6 nozzle attachments|
|Specs||5 different anti-static brush tools|
|Type||Brush and key puller|
|Specs||Cleaning brush, key puller tool, 200 O-ring switch dampeners, storage case|
|Specs||5 individual packs|
Home and Office
DataVac Electric Duster
Good Grips Electronics Cleaning Brush
Good Grips Keyboard & Screen Deep Cleaning Set
Keyboard Cleaner with Cleaning Gel
DataVac Pro 4.5 Computer Vac/Blower
Anti-Static Cleaning Keyboard Brush Kit
202 Pieces Keyboard Cleaner Cleaning Tools Set
Universal Dust Cleaner
Disinfects With Ethanol and Picks up Dust and Loose Crumbs
Extremely Powerful Gusts of Air and an Expansive Set of Nozzles
Silicone End for Scraping off Gunk and Dirt; Soft Brush for Attracting out Hair and Dust
Cost-Effective Blower With Two Powerful Speed Settings
Keeps Both the Keyboard and Screen of Your Laptop Debris-Free on Your Travels
Ideal for Daily Clean-ups to Clear Dust and Small Debris
Gentle Yet Effective Vacuum-Blower Combo for Delicate Electronics
Stiff Bristles for Quickly Scraping Between Tall Keys
Perfect for Getting at the Junk Under Your Keys
Individually-Packaged Packs of Gel to Clean on the Go
|Type||Goo||Electric handheld vacuum||Brush||High pressure air duster||Brush and microfiber cloth||Mini vacuum & gel||Vacuum-blower combo||Brush set||Brush and key puller||Goo|
|Specs||5.64 oz. each||Silicone wiper and bristles; retractable||Interchangeable tips||2 brushes, storage ring, storage bag for cloth||Rechargeable, cordless||6 nozzle attachments||5 different anti-static brush tools||Cleaning brush, key puller tool, 200 O-ring switch dampeners, storage case||5 individual packs|
If you're looking to clean your keys before they become a hot and sticky mess, then you can go for a goo or brush cleaner. Neither have the power to dislodge anything that’s stuck deep or firmly underneath your keys, but both are quick and easy to use.
Goo’s great because it traps all the debris inside itself so you don’t need to flick things out of your keyboard only to have to flick them off your desk. Just know that once it’s saturated with gunk, you’ll have to toss the slime and buy a new pack.
Wipes are great for mild surface grime, like when you accidentally drop food on the keys or type after eating something sticky. These are often in the forms of cloth soaked in disinfectant. If you have keyboard stickers, though, the cleaner may cause stickers to peel off.
Note that they are powerful, to the point that you may want to use them outside, with a pair of safety goggles and a mask to protect you from the dust and chip bits that are going to be peppering your face.
Vacuums are good because they suck dust up instead of dispersing it back into the air. However, before use, make sure your keyboard doesn’t have any keys that pop off easily. Vacuums are also shunned because they run up the risk of electrostatic discharge (ESD), which can zap your electronics. However, most keyboards don’t have many sensitive components, so it’s not as big of an issue.
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