Cyber Clean Review

Every so often I have something electrical to clean and I have no idea how – crumbs stuck down my computer keyboard, dirt ingrained in the joins of my laptop, phone, or remote controls. Most recently I managed to get toothpaste on the casing of my camera lens and didn’t have a clue how to clean it.

Review: Cyber Clean and Giveaway!

I was sent a sample of Cyber Clean to review and instantly thought of my poor camera lens, the one thing that really needed cleaning. Cyber Clean is a unique cleaning compound, ideal for cleaning many household devices and eliminates 99.9% of all germs.

Review: Cyber Clean and Giveaway!

To use the Cyber Clean you simply mould the compound into the crevices that you need to clean and peel it away – Removing all the dirt and germs. When I opened the Cyber Clean packet I was surprised how wet the compound felt – I was expecting it to have more of a play dough consistency but this was a lot more runny. I formed the Cyber Clean back into a ball and used it on my keyboard and camera lens.

Review: Cyber Clean and Giveaway!

The camera lens cleaned fairly well although one small spot of toothpaste remains. I am much happier with it than I was before though and am glad that Cyber Clean could clean it for me. Overall I think that Cyber Clean is a great product and would make a huge difference when used to clean gadgets around your home. Cyber Clean also comes in a resealable packet so that you can use it again and again!

Review: Cyber Clean and Giveaway!

Disclosure: We were sent the above product for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

102 thoughts on “Cyber Clean Review

  1. I have seen this before and thought it looked great – thank you for the giveaway :) I would clean my keyboard, laptop, and our mobile phones x

  2. My laptop keyboard has an annoying gridlike surface so there must be plenty of germs lurking in the grooves … eughhhhh

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