Sticky goo does your computer good

Made to squish in between keyboard keys and phone buttons, the yellow blob disinfects and picks up debris.

It's neon yellow, putty-like, and looks like a toy, but Swiss-made Cyber Clean is actually a cleaning product for computers and other gadgets.

Cyber Clean cleaning goo
Cyber Clean squishes into a keyboard to clean debris. Expert Verdict

Made to squish in between keyboard keys and phone buttons, the yellow blob disinfects and picks up debris.

The Cyber Clean Web site claims keyboards harbor large amounts of germs, as well as waste that can be harmful to devices.

The site says the germ-killing goo is lemon-scented and biodegradable.

Though it's not available in U.S.stores, clean freaks (or goo lovers) can buy a one-pound pot for the equivalent of $16 on Expert Verdict.

(Via Oh Gizmo)

 

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