Retro Ravi uploaded a nice tutorial of how to fix and clean your Commodore Amiga keyboard. Toilet seats, pet toys and money are all considered to be dirty and bacteria-ridden. But we often forget how our everyday working environment can be home to some potentially nasty bugs. Keyboards harbour 20,000 times more bacteria than a toilet bowl, experts claim. While your mouse is 45,000 times more contaminated than the flush handle. Your Commodore Amiga 1200 must probably count billions of dangerous bacteria after many years of service.
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