What Can I Use to Clean My Computer, the Keyboard, Cabinets and Housings?
There are many different types of contamination which need to be removed simultaneously. First, we have to get dry contamination out from hard-to-reach areas, like dust and lint from deep inside your keyboard. Secondly, we have to remove oily fingerprints, tape residues and grime from the housings and cabinetry. As you might expect, there are several great answers for this problem.
The Streak-Free Glass Cleaner (#MCC-PMG19A) is the answer for cleaning flat surfaces and cabinetry. Based on alcohols and more, this cleaner shines glass, stainless steel, painted surfaces, plastic, Formica, and dozens of other materials. Our offices have never been so tidy since we invented this product. This product works great and is priced right.
The Universal Contact Cleaner (#MCC-CCH10A) is a nonflammable, fast-drying choice for washing contamination from switches, relays and hard to reach places. It has the best environmental characteristics of any cleaning solvent on the market today.
MicroCare also offers precision dust removers in several different sizes and two different formulations. The General Purpose Dust Remover is the best choice for lint in keyboards, CD drives and other delicate equipment, as well as simple dusty contamination. This economy-sized 400 gram canister is loaded with an ultra-pure gas, filtered to 0.2 microns. Blast it the keyboard or disk drive, and the dust goes flying. Ozone-safe, nonflammable, zero VOC content.
For cleaning delicate surfaces, like LCD displays, cell phones, scopes, and flat-panel TVs, you don’t want to use a cleaner as strong as the Glass Cleaner. Try the Sticklers’ Optixx Cleaning Kit (#MCC-OTXCK). It’s safe on plastics, lens coatings and other delicate substrates. It dries fast and cleans amazingly well.
The TidyPen® Adhesive Remover also is helpful around offices and labs, removing tape residues quickly, easily and inexpensively.