PC hardware--CPU & Motherboard & RAM/sticky keyboard


is there some kind of aerosol spray i can use to unstick a keyboard. some idiot -other than myself- spilled some fuit juice on my keyboard and now is hard to type anything

Generally abrasive cleaners and keyboards do not mix - if you cannot clean the keyboard reasonably with a lightly damped cloth, and given the relatively inexpensive nature of keyboards, I would probably just replace the device. The time involved in removing all of the keys, stripping the frame apart, and cleaning the entire thing is generally not worth it compared to the ~$20 to buy a new keyboard.


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