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  • Use compressed air to clean your keyboard. Compressed air is pressurized air contained in a can with a very long nozzle. 
  • To clean a keyboard using compressed air aim between the keys and blow away all of the dust and debris.
  • A vacuum cleaner can also be used, but make sure the keyboard does not have loose keys that can be sucked up by the vacuum.

Clean the Case (Chassis)

Mouse Cleaning

Use a can of compressed air that is designed for use with electronic equipment, spraying around the optical sensor on the bottom of the mouse. Blowing air on the bottom of the mouse clears away any dirt, dust, hair, or other obstructions that may be blocking the optical sensor.

  • Avoid using any cleaning chemicals or wiping a cloth directly on the optical sensor, as it could scratch or damage the optical sensor.

Monitor Cleaning

End of Year Computer Cleaning Tips

Cleaning your computer, components, and peripherals help keep everything in good working condition, helps prevent germs from spreading, and helps allow proper air flow. 

Cleaning the Keyboard

The plastic case that houses the PC components can be cleaned with a slightly damp lint-free cloth. For stubborn stains, add a little household detergent to the cloth. You should not use a solvent cleaner on plastics.

  • Make sure all vents and air holes are hair and lint free by rubbing a cloth over the holes and vents.
  • It is helpful to take a vacuum around each of the hole, vents, and crevices on the computer.
  • It is safe to use a standard vacuum when cleaning the outside vents of a computer.

When cleaning the LCD or LED screen, it is important to remember not spray any liquids directly onto the screen . Press gently while cleaning and do not use a paper towel, since it can scratch the screen.

  • Use a microfiber cloth, soft cotton cloth, or Swiffer duster.
  • If a dry cloth does not completely clean the screen, you can apply rubbing alcohol to the cloth and wipe the screen with a damp cloth.

We would like to remind everyone of our holiday hours :
December 26th and January 2nd Open for Emergencies 

Before cleaning the keyboard first turn off the computer or if you are using a USB keyboard unplug it. Not unplugging the keyboard can cause other computer problems as you may press keys that cause the computer to perform a task you do not want it to perform.

Kappa Computer Systems LLC
270 S. Northlake Blvd, Suite 1000Altamonte Springs, FL32701US
Phone: 407-331-5921 Website: http://kappaservices.com/