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ive just cleaned my laptop (macbook the white one so it gets dirty easy LOL)
Ive taken some keys of to try get some dirt that is behind them but its so awquard to clean them even with the keys off...
how does everyone else clean theirs? I tried using a cotton bud with the key off but it doesnt remove it all

Also what can i use to clean the screen?


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What I do for my dell is turn it off and then turn the keyboard upside down and use a can of air and blow it out. Usually works pretty good for me.
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