Hello guys. I bought a can of compressed air to clean my keyboard which is the corsair k68 rgb, but I don't know how I should use it. Should I spray it above the keys, between them or something else? Thanks in advance.
Open the can with a can-opener (manual, not automatic, if possible) and deploy the content all over the keyboard. Then scream CLEAN, CLEAN, CLEAN and you're done.
Ok, sorry, fun stops now. You shouldn't use a can of compressed air as it can condense in switches mecanism or just push the dirt between the keys into them, it is preferable to use a vacuum. If you want an extra clean keyboard, you should use a keycap puller to remove the keys properly and then use the vacuum again, and cotton swabs.
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Get a soft brush, wrap some duct tape around the bottom so bristles don't fall out easily, get a $1 cheap water push gun. Take off the keys use the water gun as an air compressor to blow stuff out, brush out left over stuff.