For Your Laptop
Even a diligent hand washer should clean his laptop to get debris out from under the keys. Shut the computer down, unplug the power source, and remove the battery (if possible). Clean under the keys with a can of compressed air. Flip the computer over so large particles fall out, then pick up everything with a vacuum’s bristle attachment. Use a cotton swab moistened with isopropyl rubbing alcohol to get out tougher stains on the keys. If you can, open the fan’s cover and blast the dust with compressed air. Clean the side ports with more swabs and rubbing alcohol. Disinfect the keyboard with a moist, but not wet, antibacterial wipe. Finally, clean the screen with the same solution used on the TV.