I’m a cleaning pro, this is how to safely clean your tech devices from earphones to keyboards

KEEPING tech devices clean be a nightmare.

With more people than ever working from home, laptop and phones are getting covered with biscuit crumbs and coffee spills everyday.

Earphones can often get full of grim earwax and dust, but you should never get them wet.

According to this HGTV post, you should use a lint-free cloth to wipe off any visible dirt and use a dry cotton swab to get inside the smaller areas to get rid of unwanted waxy residue.

If the rubber ends of the earphones are removable, you can always take them off and rinse them under the tap for a deeper clean.

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Keyboards can be one of the hardest tech products to keep clean.

The key is to ensure you laptop is turned off, and then lift it up to a 75 degree angle, or thereabouts.

Instead of chemical sprays that can damage your tech, use a can of compressed air to spray away the evidence of your work time snacks.

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You can then spray 70 percent alcohol onto a cloth and gently wipe down the keys.

It's important not to spray directly onto the keyboard or you laptop, this could cause a lot of damage.

For a fingerprint free scree you can use a microfibre cloth to wipe away any marks.

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Since our phones are in our hands all day, and 57% of Brits admitting to using their device on the loo, you might want to give yours a good clean.

After turning your phone off, moisten a microfibre cloth with an even mix of alcohol and water.

Don't forget about your phone case either, you can use a disinfectant wipe to get rid of any grim germs.

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