What do you use to cover your keyboard?
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    What do you use to cover your keyboard?

    I am probably a neanderthal because I still prefer and use a desktop computer with a keyboard. To keep the dust and food off of your keyboard, wanted to know what others use to cover their keyboard and still see the keys.
    I'm typing on a Verbatim USB corded keyboard, white.

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    I don't cover mine. Every few months I blow it out with compressed air and a couple of times a year I clean any dirt off the keys with a cloth and rubbing alcohol.
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    Same as above.

    Since keyboards are a magnet for gems and junk - I never bring food close.
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    I do the opposite. Every now and then I run the vac nozzle over the keys to suck up stuff. Even if I didn't eat near it, there's still cat hair from the air.

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    Dust!

    Sorry, had too..

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