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Old 03-25-2015, 08:57 PM
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So I just got a K95 and it's new to me and I'm very picky about keeping things clean especially when their new normally would clean it was just a lightly damp rag but there's been a cold going around my house I want to make sure that something like Clorox wipes wooden ruling the finish
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Please post in full and complete sentences, thanks.

I haven't seen anyone mention how they clean the metal or the plastic pieces. For now I'd only suggest canned air (not a hair dryer).
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I haven't seen anyone mention how they clean the metal or the plastic pieces. For now I'd only suggest canned air (not a hair dryer).
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I use a dust blower to keep the areas around the keys clean of debris and just wipe down the aluminum and wrist wrist with a damp cloth. You won't need anything more than that, honestly unless you're eating and drinking near the keyboard (which I wouldn't recommended - one spill and its game over).
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