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 How to remove DELL Inspiron M101Z Keyboard grease

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PostSubject: How to remove DELL Inspiron M101Z Keyboard grease   Thu Jul 12, 2012 4:44 am

Diluted Isopropyl alcohol on a cloth is the best for removing oils and grease. Try to buy it pre-diluted or dilute it yourself using demineralised water. Never use it non-diluted as the alcohol can damage the plastic. 50% is probably the maximum safe mix, 30% Isopropyl alcohol or less on more sensitive surfaces.

Don't use a dishwasher unless you're prepared to lose the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] . Every model is different and some have exposed electircal surfaces that if not dried perfectly will short circuit the keyboard.

With modern keyboards like [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] you HAVE to remove the electronic components before immersing the mechanical parts in water. I've found Microsoft boards very easy to disassemble; Logitech much more difficult. I don't have a dishwasher, but a good soaking in hot water /dish liquid seems to work well. rinse well, then dry outdoors. I would like to get more feedback about using silicone spray--I always assumed this might attract more dust?

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