Here is a tutorial on cleaning laptop keyboard:
http://www.handhelditems.com/micargi-rd … 29120.html
and here is a tutorial on cleaning a laptop screen:
http://www.wikihow.com/Clean-a-Laptop-S … d-Products
I usually use an air can for the keyboard and for the laptop screen, special materials found at your local computer store. Be careful not to use regular water.
Hope this helps!
After having searched the web for advise about fixing a sticky keyboard on my laptop, and finding nothing very helpful, I put together this HOWTO based on my own successful method. This will restore the keyboard to new, or better, performance.Laptop keyboards don?t wear out, they foul out. Proper cleaning and lubrication as described here will restore your laptop keyboard to the snappy and smooth performance it had when new. There are several reasons why the keys will start to stick, spilled drinks, normal wearing off of the factory lubrication, weakening of the rubber pieces which give each key its snap action, and contamination by dust and hair. The following will completely solve these problems and return the keyboard to perfect operation.
Laptop keyboards don?t wear out, they foul out. Proper cleaning and lubrication as described here will restore your laptop keyboard to the snappy and smooth performance it had when new.
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