Here's How Dirty Your Keyboard Gets and How to Clean it Properly (Infographic)
Article by George Norman
On 21 Dec 2015
You use your keyboard every day, unaware of the fact that it is dirtier than a toilet seat and dirty enough to get you sick. Or perhaps you’re familiar with this fact and you want to know how to clean your keyboard. No matter the situation, take a look at the infographic below.

The first part tells you how filthy keyboards can get. The second part explains how to properly clean your keyboard.

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Via Quill.com.


In related news...

Know what else is really dirty? Your smartphone! Not only is it really filthy, it’s making you dumber as well.

Here are several keyboard shortcuts that will help you get things done faster.




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