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Member Since: Dec 15, 2012
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Hi all

My two year old wireless keyboard has started feeling very grungy. By which I mean the keys no longer feel as if they are traveling smoothly, almost as if they springs have lost their spring.

The keyboard has definitely not had any liquids spilled on it or suffered any other abuse. Nor are they actually sticking, they are just not pleasant to type on.

Is there anything I can do to restore the key board. I have tried blasting it with compressed air but this hasn't really helped. Would it be a bad idea to spray a little WD40 over it?

Or do Apple only design their keyboards to last two years?
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