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  • ClintH16 commented on Gabry295's instructable Head Mouse with MPU6050 and Arduino Micro2 months ago
    Head Mouse with MPU6050 and Arduino Micro

    I'd be worried about static electricity being generated by that headband touching the components directly.

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  • ClintH16 commented on nklspnkr's instructable Clean Your Sticky Laptop Keyboard4 months ago
    Clean Your Sticky Laptop Keyboard

    Ok actually the WD-40 smell is still vaguely there a week later. Not strong but noticeable. But it probably should continue to fade. So keep that in mind if you're trying my version. I still think my keys move smoother than they would have if I didn't use WD-40. But next time I'll try detergent and a brush, as the article states.

    Ok actually the WD-40 smell is still vaguely there a week later. Not strong but noticeable. But it probably should continue to fade.

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  • ClintH16 commented on nklspnkr's instructable Clean Your Sticky Laptop Keyboard4 months ago
    Clean Your Sticky Laptop Keyboard

    If I have to thank you for one thing, it's the reminder to take a photo of the key layout first. I was going to be a bit gung ho but took the advice and man it saved me time during re-assembly. As a nerd, you think you know the layout, but you don't.I went about the rest of it a different way though. Pretty manly. I just used an old toothbrush, and a heaps of WD-40. Slathered everything in it. Took off all the keys, took out the rubber sheet, scrubbed every part with the toothbrush and WD-40. Smelt bad at first but a quick wipe down with a paper towel, and then after assembly, a final wipe down with a wet wipe and a dry paper towel and the smell is practically gone and the thing is really clean. And hell yeah, no more sticky keys, no way. As a bonus, typing sounds really quiet.

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  • ClintH16 commented on nklspnkr's instructable Clean Your Sticky Laptop Keyboard4 months ago
    Clean Your Sticky Laptop Keyboard

    If I have to thank you for one thing, it's the reminder to take a photo of the key layout first. I was going to be a bit gung ho but took the advice and man it saved me time during re-assembly. As a nerd, you think you know the layout, but you don't.I went about the rest of it a different way though. Pretty manly. I just used an old toothbrush, and a heaps of WD-40. Slathered everything in it. Scrubbed every part, took out the rubber sheet etc. Smelt bad at first but a quick wipe down with a paper towel, and then after assembly, a final wipe down with a wet wipe and a dry paper towel and the smell is practically gone and the thing is really clean. And hell yeah, no more sticky keys, no way. As a bonus, typing sounds really quiet.

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