Review: Cleaning Tech Gadgets with Cyber Clean

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. 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. It’s a unique cleaning compound, ideal for cleaning many household devices and eliminates 99.9% of all germs.

Review: Cyber Clean and Giveaway!

Review: Cyber Clean and Giveaway!

To use the cleaning compound 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! It’s the perfect addition to any home or office and the only limit to it’s uses is your imagination.

Cyber Clean has an RRP of £4.99

Review: Cyber Clean and Giveaway!

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

101 thoughts on “Review: Cleaning Tech Gadgets with Cyber Clean

  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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