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Dust and debris buildup in the vents and crevices of tech devices like keyboards, TVs, air conditioners, car vents, fans and more is inevitable. If you’ve ever tried to clean them, you know firsthand that it’s always harder than it looks.
With this in mind, the folks at ColorCoral created a lemon-scented cleaning gel “sponge” that grips onto all the dust and debris particles and pulls them right out. Best of all, it’s on sale right now for just $5.59!
ColorCoral Cleaning Gel Universal Dust Cleaner, $5.59 (Orig. $9.99)
The ColorCoral Cleaning Gel Universal Dust Cleaner literally couldn’t be any easier to use. Simply take the gel out of the jar — don’t worry, it’s one big smooth gloop, so it won’t create any mess or stick to your hands — then knead it into a ball and gently press it onto the surface you want to clean. Then, just pull the gel off, and all the dirt, grime and dust will be attached.
Use the cleaning gel repeatedly until it turns dark or becomes sticky — that means it’s time for a new one.
The ColorCoral cleaning gel works perfectly on laptops, computer keyboards, car vents, cameras, printers, telephones, calculators, air conditioners, speakers, TVs and so many other appliances and tech items.
“I was skeptical at first. [I] was afraid my keyboard would be all gummed up with yellow slime,” one shopper wrote. “The opposite — it cleaned it as good as new! Got all those dog hairs between the keys!”
Another shopper said it “gets in all the crevices” and added that it “has a nice light scent” that “doesn’t linger on surfaces or your hands.” The same reviewer even posted a video to show how easy and mess-free it is to use.
Get the ColorCoral Cleaning Gel Universal Dust Cleaner now while it’s still 44% off on Amazon!
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