Archive for March 2nd, 2012
If you’re a lot like me, then you never really truly care for your components and peripherals until you actually invest a good amount of money into them. This was the way with my previous rubber-dome keyboard – it was never cleaned, wiped, or maintained in the five years that I held on to it, and that disgusted me. I kept telling myself each day that I would finally go through it and make it spick and span once again, but each day I also realized that it was time for a new keyboard.
With my recent acquisition of the Quick Fire Rapid, I have since resolved to break that habit, and to apply the care that I put into my rig to the Quick Fire, so that I may hang onto it for years to come.
Even if you don’t have a Quick Fire, the following techniques should be incredibly helpful and insightful to keeping your keyboard as clean as it can be.
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