OXO’s $10 laptop cleaner keeps your devices free of fingerprints and crumbs

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If you’re still working from home, you’ve probably been using your computer nonstop. Cleaning your keyboard is probably not something you think about often, but it should be. Thankfully, the OXO Swipe and Sweep Computer Cleaner makes the job quick and easy.

Now that seasons are transitioning again, cleaning is a top priority for lots of people. As you’re thinking about tidying up your workspace (or dusting off your office desk for the first time in over a year), the Swipe and Sweep Computer Cleaner is a handy tool that can keep your device looking like it just came out of the box. The handheld cleaner has two sides — one that’s like a mini broom and the other is a soft microfiber pad — that removes crumbs, dust and even fingerprints.

This compact invention works wonders on laptops, but that’s not all. If you want your smartphone looking fresh and new again, this cleaner is also perfect for your cellphone as well as your tablet.

OXO Swipe and Sweep Laptop Cleaner, $9.99

Credit: OXO

How to Clean the OXO Swipe and Sweep Laptop Cleaner

Per the brand’s website, you should spot clean the microfiber side of the Laptop Cleaner with warm water and mild soap. Be sure to get rid of excess moisture with a clean, dry towel and then air dry. To clean the bristles, rinse with warm water and squeeze out the excess moisture with a dry towel. Reshape the brush and lay it flat to air dry with the bristles extended.

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