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keeping the kb clean

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Hi

I just recently got a cm storm trigger and its my first mechanical kb.
I am a heavy smoker while working/coding so my kbs tend to get messy, is there any guide to clean these kbs? I doubt I can just pull off with a screwdriver the keys like I used to do with my other boards?

any advice would be helpful

greetings,
Neeko
Edited by neeko - 9/14/12 at 12:23pm
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Get yourself a keycap puller. It makes the job of cleaning a keyboard so much quicker

http://www.amazon.com/Generic-KEYCAP-PULLER/dp/B0036UQSJ8
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Originally Posted by robbo2 View Post

Get yourself a keycap puller. It makes the job of cleaning a keyboard so much quicker
http://www.amazon.com/Generic-KEYCAP-PULLER/dp/B0036UQSJ8
Thanks!

Too bad amazon doesnt ship over here ;(
Ill see if I can find these things over here..!
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Thanks!
Too bad amazon doesnt ship over here ;(
Ill see if I can find these things over here..!

I just grabbed the first link I came across so you could see what I was talking about. Amazon don't ship here either, but they are pretty easy to find.
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I just grabbed the first link I came across so you could see what I was talking about. Amazon don't ship here either, but they are pretty easy to find.
Ok. Thanks.
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