Clean Your Dirty Computer, Keyboard & Cables with Vinegar

Written by Amit Agarwal on Aug 21, 2010

computer cleaning guideWhile most computer cleaning guides suggest using Alcohol for wiping dust and dirt off the computer, VideoJug recommends home vinegar instead of Alcohol.

There are some advantages – vinegar is inexpensive, you have it in your kitchen shelf already and it is de-static so vinegar will also help prevent dirt from sticking to your computer peripherals and cables.

If you are on a cleaning mission after a long gap and there’s enough dirt sticking on your computer, first clean the monitor, cables, keyboard and mouse with a vacuum cleaner.

Then sprinkle some vinegar solution onto a paper towel or a damp piece of cloth (not wet) and wipe the body of your computer gently.

Additional Computer Cleaning guides:

1. How to Clean Computer Screen
2. How to Clean the Mouse Wax

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