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One way to find out.

Don't want to go down that road biggrin.gif
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I would imagine you would have to be very unlucky to damage a switch and even if you did it would just be that switch. That said, just dry your hands, no risk is better than a very minimal one.

Alright. I'll try to change my habit biggrin.gif
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Don't know, but just dry your hands. It's not hard. tongue.gif

I'll try to dry my hands well in the future, but old habits die hard.
   
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Eh.. idk about keyboards, but just because you short it doesn't mean it will all stop working. And why not just wipe your hands on your pants if you're really that short on time.. or keep a towel nearby.. or dry your hands the first time.
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normal keyboards are built with 3 layers of plastic.
the layer in the middle has nothing but holes punched into it where the keys will push down. the top and bottom layers have a layer of conductive material printed on them when pressed the top layer pushes into the cut part of the middle layer and presses on the bottom layer to make a complete circuit.

the probability of getting water between these layers is slim. under your keyboard you will see screw holes, the middle ones will go directly threw all 3 layers as sort of a way to hold them all in place. if you dont see them then they just have them built in with plastic risers to take place of that and hold them in place.

should you drip water into a keyboard.. no, will it cause failure.. kinda of doubtful, mostly what you will see, if anything, is a letter run off like kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
till you unplug it or it drys.

most keyboards have their main circuit board up in the top away form the key holes (in my experience above the home key area.)
before i bought a solar keyboard, i used to take my keyboards apart, toss the case, buttons and all into the dish washer, then clean the 3 layers of plastic and put them back together.
would be shocked at all the crap that gets into your keyboard. i only did this when i had nothing else to do.
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Eh.. idk about keyboards, but just because you short it doesn't mean it will all stop working. And why not just wipe your hands on your pants if you're really that short on time.. or keep a towel nearby.. or dry your hands the first time.

What happens when I short something?
   
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normal keyboards are built with 3 layers of plastic.
the layer in the middle has nothing but holes punched into it where the keys will push down. the top and bottom layers have a layer of conductive material printed on them when pressed the top layer pushes into the cut part of the middle layer and presses on the bottom layer to make a complete circuit.

the probability of getting water between these layers is slim. under your keyboard you will see screw holes, the middle ones will go directly threw all 3 layers as sort of a way to hold them all in place. if you dont see them then they just have them built in with plastic risers to take place of that and hold them in place.

should you drip water into a keyboard.. no, will it cause failure.. kinda of doubtful, mostly what you will see, if anything, is a letter run off like kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
till you unplug it or it drys.

most keyboards have their main circuit board up in the top away form the key holes (in my experience above the home key area.)
before i bought a solar keyboard, i used to take my keyboards apart, toss the case, buttons and all into the dish washer, then clean the 3 layers of plastic and put them back together.
would be shocked at all the crap that gets into your keyboard. i only did this when i had nothing else to do.

so the possibility of my ruining my kb with wet hands is very slim?
   
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What happens when I short something?

electrical short is a situation in which an accidental path is created in a circuit.
with a keyboard if you were to short it in the case of wet hands, it would be as i sad above, pretty much you'd have a key or keys stringing along like kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk.

a mechanical keyboard would be more prone to shorting
you can see both normal keyboards (the cheaper one most of us all have) and mechanical in this video. it is not my video and i have no idea what he is saying since i dont speak the launguage was just the first video i found on youtube.
the first thing he shows is a mechanical, then he pans over and there is a normal cheaper keyboard (the three layer plastic)


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so the possibility of my ruining my kb with wet hands is very slim?
yeah as long as you dont have mechanical, even then they should have a protective layer over the board to avoid conductive material from glitching the keyboard.

the main question i have is how wet are your hands? like drenching wet? if you dry them even a little none of the water on your hands should even make it past the top of your keys.. i sometimes just shake my hands dry in the winter to let them suck up some moisture and come straight to the desk.. but no water is dripping and it doesn't go past the top of my keys.
Edited by Jollyriffic - 7/18/12 at 5:04am
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post #17 of 29
As someone suggested, why not just wipe it on your pants or even your shirt?

Just think about it like this: your $$ or your laziness/habit.
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As someone suggested, why not just wipe it on your pants or even your shirt?
Just think about it like this: your $$ or your laziness/habit.

agreed but, long ago i had read a study about how it is actually easier to get off hard drugs than it is to break daily habits.
there are somethings i know i'm going to do even if i set out not to do it.. but still do it because it's just how i've always done it
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What happens when I short something?

electrical short is a situation in which an accidental path is created in a circuit.
with a keyboard if you were to short it in the case of wet hands, it would be as i sad above, pretty much you'd have a key or keys stringing along like kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk.

a mechanical keyboard would be more prone to shorting
you can see both normal keyboards (the cheaper one most of us all have) and mechanical in this video. it is not my video and i have no idea what he is saying since i dont speak the launguage was just the first video i found on youtube.
the first thing he shows is a mechanical, then he pans over and there is a normal cheaper keyboard (the three layer plastic)


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Originally Posted by lordj View Post

so the possibility of my ruining my kb with wet hands is very slim?
yeah as long as you dont have mechanical, even then they should have a protective layer over the board to avoid conductive material from glitching the keyboard.

the main question i have is how wet are your hands? like drenching wet? if you dry them even a little none of the water on your hands should even make it past the top of your keys.. i sometimes just shake my hands dry in the winter to let them suck up some moisture and come straight to the desk.. but no water is dripping and it doesn't go past the top of my keys.

i wipe my hands quickly with a towel, but not perfectly, so not dripping wet, but still there is a bit of water.
   
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agreed but, long ago i had read a study about how it is actually easier to get off hard drugs than it is to break daily habits.
there are somethings i know i'm going to do even if i set out not to do it.. but still do it because it's just how i've always done it

Getting off hard drugs was pretty hard. Breaking my daily habits certainly would have been easier...!

If water drips, well then water will drip. If it ruins your board... then you'll break your habit pretty quick!
But I often don't bother drying my hands properly either, and my board is still alive... though my hands aren't sopping wet.
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