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Fortunately you can take the key caps off of the keyboard and clean them using simple household tools, making your MacBook keyboard look like it did when you first bought it.
- Can you pop keys off an Apple keyboard? Insert the prying tool into the space above the top of the key. This is where the key will be easiest to detach. Gently pry the key up. You will have to run the prying tool back and forth as you do so; as soon as you hear a couple of light snaps, the key is detached.
- Can you wash baseball caps? If you don't have time to hand wash your baseball caps, you can toss them in the washing machine. Don't stress, your baseball caps can be cleaned in the machine without getting damaged. If you're concerned about the materials or colours, hand-washing is almost always a safer bet.
- "Can I take my MacBook to get cleaned?" If you see any blockages, the best option is to contact a local Apple Store or an Authorized Apple Service Provider via Genius Bar. However, not every Apple Store may be able to offer cleaning services. Regular MacBook cleaning can help your laptop looking great but also function at its best.
- How do I clean under my MacBook Pro keyboard? Turning your laptop upside down and shaking it helps to remove any dirt, dust or food crumbs that have fallen beneath the keyboard, dislodging any material that's stuck beneath the keys. Try tapping all of the keys on your keyboard repeatedly and then shake it over the trashcan again.
- Can you take off MacBook keys? To remove the "normal" keys, use a thin, flat tool such as a pair of tweezers or a small screwdriver to get under the key at the bottom-left corner and push the prong out of its hole. Once it's out, pull the key down from the top-right corner and wiggle until the left hand side of the key is detached.
- How do you fix sticky keys on Apple magic keyboard? To quickly turn Sticky Keys and Slow Keys on or off using the Accessibility Shortcuts panel, press Option-Command-F5 (or if your Mac or Magic Keyboard has Touch ID, quickly press Touch ID three times).