For Your Wireless Mouse
Most think to clean a mouse once it stops working. But by that time, the grime from your finger is already on the scroll wheel, and the pads underneath are caked in gunk. First, pull out the batteries. Then, use a water-dampened rag and some elbow grease to scrape the gliding pads free. Gently swipe the optical area with a cotton swab dipped in isopropyl rubbing alcohol. Use compressed air to clean underneath the buttons and around the scrolling wheel or ball, then clean the top with an antibacterial towelette.