To clean a laptop keyboard, start by turning off and unplugging your laptop so it’s less likely to be damaged if moisture gets inside. Then, wipe the keyboard with a slightly damp microfiber cloth. For stubborn stains and grime, you can use a cotton ball dipped in isopropyl alcohol. Also, spray between the keys with a can of compressed air to remove any dust and debris. If you spill something on your keyboard, remove the battery, wipe up as much of the spill as possible, and leave your laptop upside down on a towel to dry for 1-2 days. Scroll down to learn how to remove the keyboard keys so you can clean them from below!