Logitech offers a variety of wireless keyboards. Regardless of which type of keyboard you have, regular cleaning is necessary to keep it working smoothly. Dirt, debris and residue can build up inside the keyboard over time, causing the keys to malfunction. Clean your Logitech wireless keyboard with quick-drying isopropyl alcohol to reduce germs and remove any residue.
Things You'll Need
- Compressed air or hand vac
- Soft cloth
- Isopropyl alcohol
- Cotton swabs
Turn off the Logitech wireless keyboard.
Hold the keyboard upside down outside or over a trash bin and shake it to dislodge any loose debris.
Vacuum the Logitech wireless keyboard with a hand vac, or direct compressed air underneath the keys to remove any dirt still stuck underneath.
Dampen a soft cloth with a small amount of isopropyl alcohol and thoroughly wipe the keyboard.
Dampen cotton swabs with isopropyl alcohol and wipe any small cracks where dirt and dust can accumulate. Allow the keyboard to dry completely before turning it back on.
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