I've long seen Cyber Clean in adverts and wondered what it is actually like, does it clean or does it just stick in gloopy bits to anything it touches – much like the texture makes it look like it should. Which in all honesty is the reason I have never purchased any myself, I could just imagine the after effects of a £1.99 packet of gloop being stuck to my keyboard forever.
But when I was offered the opportunity to review it, I thought, well others must wonder the same as me, perhaps this is the time I can put ideas to sleep or prove them correct.
Cyber Clean claims to rid your items of up to 99.9% of germs and can be used on Keyboards ventilation grills, keyboard and any devices.
I was around at my parents when I first went to use this (the light is so much better for picture taking) and I admit I took it out the packet and my first thoughts were ‘oh no' as it stuck fast to my hands, leaving bits all over the place.
I called to my Dad and asked his thoughts and he scampered off coming back with a very old, disused Nokia phone to give it a try, so if anything went wrong – it would't matter. So with great gusto I placed the cleaner onto the phone, pressed it in and was completely amazed when it lifted off the phone with no issue at all.
After the first test went well, we took to cleaning the households computers; both keyboards and ventilation areas, any mobiles which still had keypads and the remote's. I was honestly amazed, no residue was left, though for a few seconds it felt slightly damp to the touch and after cleaning each item both looked and felt so much cleaner, in fact you can even see any lifted dirt on the Cyber Clean.
You do have to be careful not to use it on anything not listed, as it will stick to any other material, but as long as you keep to the given products – this cleaner can work wonders.
Cyber Clean costs £5 for the zip pouch of cleaning product and I have to admit, personally, I have been completely won over with it and as long as the user is careful with what they are using it on, I can't see it causing and problems.
What do you think of the idea of Cyber Clean, is it a product you think you could use?