We had someone come into a lab with their usual need for coffee and you can guess the rest. I was wondering what you have for instructions for your techs as working best for cleaning dried vanilla mocha frappa latte whatever it was out of keyboards. I was toying with the idea of just using water on it (deionized if we can find it) but didn't know if there was something more effective available or another approach to take other than throwing out the keyboard.
It was literally days old and first time used :-(
I know this could be on SU but since this was pertaining to best practices and labs and client workstations in the workplace I wanted to know about procedures followed by others and hoped it would be answerable here.
I also know about policies in place to prohibit drinks from computers in labs. We have that. I also know many of you also have higher-ups for whom rules don't always apply...again, draw your own conclusions. I'm just looking for advice and information here...