The keyboard, that is. How do the folks with pets, cats in particular, manage to keep the hair and stuff out from under the keys on the keyboard? It's getting so that I can barely depress the keys!<br><br>. . . . . Here's lookin' at [color:red]you</font color=red> kid.
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With three cats...I hear ya!<br><br>I keep a portable mini vacuum cleaner in my office...and use it. Since they like my laser printer, I keep a pillow on top of it to keep the hair out.<br><br>_______<br>
I use CleanSafe dust remover......[unscented] a compressed gas that has a thin nozzle that can be attached to get in between the keys, found at wally world but amazingly made in the USA They have several different compressed air cleaners for keyboards' have used the other brand they sell when they were sold out of CleanSafe ....they both work really well....but the CS has the thin little tube that really takes care of our furry friends daily gifts....lol...<br><br>
My kiddo was averaging 4 keyboards a year! I'm talkin' everything from cracker crumbs and Pepsi to 3/4" molly bolts and a Cooper Mini getting dumped into those keyboards. I fnally got her one of those membrane thingies. That was 6 months ago, and she's still whaling away on the same keyboard. <br><br>Now, about the peanut butter in the CD changer...<br><br>
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