Suggestions for a wet keyboard

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Makavelli_07
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I've got a spare brand new one you can have.
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you can get like a wireless keyboard and mouse by microsoft for like £20 nowadays...
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no dont waste ur money buying a new one. have u got a tumble dryer? if yes stick it in there and bang it will be dry. then it will work. ur saying its dry, it cant be. coz if it was dry it will be working...
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If you but a keyboard in a tumble dryer it will melt. You can buy very good quality keyboards for less than a £10. My £10 Microsoft one has typed up my 14,000 posts on here and has type up 100,000 words of reports and probably 100,000 words of programming. That is easily more than a million keystrokes. Its still going strong now.
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melt? thats good isnt it. i always put mine in there, u should see the final shapes. bloody hell, they are well cool. although there are a lot of empty spaces, u see the buttons have fallen of!
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My mum spilled a drink over ours once and all she did was dry the wine up with a hairdryer and it worked fine!
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