Cyber Clean Review (Funny and Useful)

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Hello here everyone, Im going to keep these written blogs short for a bit as the YouTube channel dose all of the heavy lifting for the reviews.

So we have another very cool product to review finally, this is we found with the amazing people from Cyber Clean UK at Gadget Show Live this year.

To start it looks very very weird and you wouldn’t expect it to be very useful, never mind it being a cleaning product for gadgets, BUT this product is both fun and useful.

“Never thought I would say a cleaning product was fun lol”

The basics of this product are simple, its a kind of sticky goo that you can use to clean keyboards and many other products that can gather dirt and dust, but even though its sticky it wont leave any of its self behind like other similar products might.

Also while removing dirt and dust, it can also clean away germs (up to 99.9 % to be more exact)

So as I said before I will keep this simple, its an amazing product that I do recommend using, but I recommend the larger tub version and not the zip bag version, as you will see in the video the zip bag is a pain to remove the product from.


Check out the video below for more detailed information and a demo using my laptop.

 

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