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Rustic Computer Brush Gets to the Root of Your Grimy Gadgets

Blame Apple for the profusion of roundish, white space-looking accessories — because of them I was struck by how "unusual" this Computer Brush ($32) looks, even though it really resembles traditional house-cleaning supplies.

One side of the bristles is stiff to get out crumbs and other ucky crap from your keyboard; the other side is soft, antistatic goat hair to dedustify your monitor. The promise of cleanliness is what piques my interest, but to be honest, it's the back-to-basics styling that has me sold.

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macgirl macgirl 8 years
It looks like it should be scrubbin' a bbq ;-) I use Clorox wipes (without bleach) on my screen and the body of my MacBook Pro. I've used them since I had the Titanium G4. They works like a charm. As far as crumbs in my keyboard, I know better. Have quite a few clients that eat at their computer and I don't think that brush will help them ;-)
kia kia 8 years
Cute. I don't know about using this on my screen though. Actually I am going to continue to use a child's toothbrush I picked up from Target for a dollar a while back.
eatingcookies eatingcookies 8 years
It is super cute but I kind of wonder - do you think that those "soft bristles" would be gentle enough for flat panel screens?
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