Cyber Clean Electronics Cleaner

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Clean those hard-to-reach areas while killing germs this flu season. Credit: The Container Store

We must have missed the news a few years ago when it was announced that computer keyboards can be dirtier than public toilets. But now that we know, we're completely disgusted (and totally typing with two fingers right now).

Enter Cyber Clean, an innovative lump of gel that pulls dirt and dust from between the tiniest crevices in your electronic devices, while also killing bacteria. Non-toxic and barely scented, the gel is reusable and can be used on cell phones, laptops, remote controls and tons of other devices.

You can also use it to clean surfaces in public places, including light switches, ATM keypads, elevator buttons or doorknobs -- after all, you can never be too careful during flu season.

On sale now at The Container Store for $3.99.
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