From writing emails to just opening up a Word document and typing "Today is the day I won't cry" over and over again, everything we do on a daily basis requires a computer
keyboard. Keep your typing tool in immaculate condition using this proven method:
What You'll Need:
• Can of compressed air
• Sharp knife
• Photo of a clean keyboard for reference
• Child, not necessarily your own
• Dirty keyboard (Pro Tip! If your keyboard isn't dirty enough, simply cover it in sunflower seeds and leave it outside to let the birds dirty it up for you.)
With the can of compressed air in one hand and the knife in the other, stab the can. If you pierce the can on your first try, your knife is sharp enough to move on to Step Two. If you don't pierce it right away, keep stabbing but know that Step Two will take longer than it would if your knife had just been sharper.
With your knife still in hand, jab at the photo of the clean keyboard until it has been shredded into a fine paste. You don't want any beautiful keyboard photos distracting you from what you took a day off of work to do—clean that computer keyboard!
Congratulations, you are on to Step Three! With the child within earshot and awake, explain the benefits of a clean keyboard while turning the keyboard upside down and shaking it until you dislodge all crumbs and fluids the birds left behind. Now you've done more than enough today—taught a child a valuable lesson and cleaned that keyboard—to stop crying.