Would you place your hands on a toilet seat
for 8 hours? We probably wouldn't either so it is nice to see the OneClean keyboard cleaner
pointed out to us by Gregory over at AT LA
. According to the company that makes the OneClean cleaner, AM Denmark, a recent study has shown that a PC keyboard contains 3000 microbes per square inch compared to a paltry 49 microbes per square inch on a toilet seat.
The integrated cleaning solution spray bottle and specially shaped rubber sponge gets into the nooks and crannies that are a repository for muffin crumbs, sweat, and whatever else you may have near your keyboard on a regular basis. This cleaner, in combination with compressed air
to loosen up the dirt to begin with might be a way to thoroughly clean your keyboard without actually having to remove the keys.
-image via AM Denmark
(Re-edited from a post originally published 03.12.07)