got to go round and clean all of the computers over easter.
What I want to know is are there any great products for cleaning screens and removing 'yack' from keyboards and cases, i'm thinking some sort of high powered air moving device?
ahhh, that made me laugh....
We clean all the PCs here ourselves, I just blast everything with foam cleaner and give it a wipedown.
Only gets done 3 times a year mind - that's all we have time for.
Although the majority is left to the above mentioned "cleaners", I recommend CyberClean. A brilliant goo which picks up all sorts of rubbish from keyboards, mice, mobile phones. Everything. It's brilliant!
Cleaners get paid to clean. We get paid to fix stuff and drink coffee. I would never ask a cleaner to reseat the RAM on a computer.....
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However, after a few goes, I've found it really works. It isn't for stubborn stuff as some people think but it's great for getting loose crap from keyboards and other hard-to-reach places. Anti-bacterial, too, so good for office phone handsets
These airdusters are what we use, along with generic anti-static screen cleaner, and also generic foam spray cleaner. micro fibre cloths or just paper towel, but it's worth asking your site team and/or cleaners for any of the cleaners, and also their anti graffiti spray comes in handy quite regularly. Our cleaners won't touch a desk that houses a pc?!?!
I use a 50:50 mix of water and isopropyl alcohol, as recommended elsewhere. Smells great.
We're the same as Hightower. Don't have the time to clean PC's and peripherals.
We have to priotise our jobs.
We use a product called "Mr Muscle" window and glass cleaner with one of those magic funny feeling cloths (lint free) just one quick spray and wipe hey presto works like magic.
My technician can clean an ICT suite of 30 computers in 10 mins.
They are hard glass fronted though, Neovos 17".
I use Vicki from TCSL's magic wipes there anti-bacterial and great at shifting muck even stubborn muck. If I don't have that to hand I use Pledge on everything, cleans nicely and seems to help keep the muck away until the cleaners come with the wet soggy rags they use and slosh water everywhere
We Use some multi surface cleaner that the "cleaners" use and some blue rag, but before that we blast everything out with compressed air out of a compresser with a gun nozzle on the end it's the site managers works and does the job
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