Removing your keys without losing Ctrl.
While desktop PCs and PC accessories are built to be customized and upgraded, laptops are a different story. Laptops are harder to replace parts for or upgrade any internal hardware. However, laptop keys are heavily used in many day-to-day tasks and may have crumbs or dirt underneath them. If you need to clean out a dirty or worn key, here is a step-by-step guide on how to remove laptop keys.
While you can purchase keyboard key removal tools, you can also easily remove laptop keys using a flat head screwdriver. When cleaning your laptop keys, all you will need is some compressed air, rubbing alcohol, and cotton swabs.
Be sure to turn your computer off before working on removing any of the keys from the keyboard.
Removing a laptop key is that simple. Since laptop keyboards are more difficult to work on than desktop keyboards, be sure to work with caution whenever removing and cleaning your laptop keys.