Monday, November 24, 2014

How to Clean Your Computer & Other Electronics

Electronics have become an essential part of our daily lives. In fact, how many of you think that you could live without your cellphones, computers, or other electronic devices for a day, week, or even a month? I know that I use my computer, television, and cellphone every day, and I'm not sure what I would do without these devices. Since these electronic devices are a major part of our lives, you need to regularly clean them! 

Check Out These Great Ways on How to Clean Your Computer and Other Electronics

Telephones & Cellphones

These devices are used every day and can accumulate too many germs and bacteria to think about.(Gross!) Telephones and cellphones are just a trap for icky things that lurk only in your nightmares. But, cleaning a cellphone could not be easier.

How to clean 

Simply wipe down the device with an alcohol pad. Be sure to include the ear piece and mouth piece because that is where bacteria lurks the most. For the touch screen, use a dry cloth to wipe away all of the smudge marks.


Computers have become an essential part of our daily lives. Many of us sit at our computers daily doing work, having fun, watching beloved shows, or just wasting time. A computer is a great place for dust, germs, and bacteria to multiply; so, make sure to regularly clean your computer.

How to clean

Cleaning a computer is easy. Simply wipe down the screen with a soft, damp towel. After your screen is clean you can clean between the keys of the keyboard by using a q-tip. Also, taking a rag that is slightly damp with alcohol and run it over your keyboard. The alcohol can eliminate any bacteria that is lurking there.


The television is a great invention. It does keep me entertained for many late nights and definitely doesn't help my insomnia. But the television is a great place where dust collects.

How to clean

Take a soft, damp towel and wipe down your television. Using harsh cleaning products on your television can have adverse effects on the screen. So, if you want to use something other than water be sure that it will not harm that plasma or projection screen.

Do you have any tips on how to clean your computer and other electronics? I love to hear from you, so feel free to leave any personal stories, comments, or questions in the comment section below!

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