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Is your set-up always free from dust?

Is your keyboard always free from crumbs?

Is your monitor finger-print-less?

Is your phone clean with no scratches or fingerprint marks?

asked Jun 06 '10 at 09:32

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I have a three year old... what do YOU think?!

answered Jun 06 '10 at 09:33

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Ohh, that must make it much harder then. Is your three year old aloud around your set-up?

(Jun 06 '10 at 09:34) OldSchoolTech OldSchoolTech's gravatar image

Agreed... my daughter recently drew over my 32" TV screen with a Sharpie, let alone being fingerprint-less!

Thankfully, however, I managed clean it off with toothpaste of all things!

(Jun 06 '10 at 09:45) ironhammers ironhammers's gravatar image

i do try i clean it once a week but it just seems to get cluttered with shit. but thats because of all the studying i have to do all books but after my exams it should stay clean

answered Jun 06 '10 at 09:34

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No. I occasionally wipe the crud off the screens so I can see, but that's it.

answered Jun 06 '10 at 09:35

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No. Typically there's an open bag of chips or some sort of snack along with several mountain dew cans on my desk and various other clutter. But if you're talking about my desktop and my screens, everything is perfect.

answered Jun 06 '10 at 09:35

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nah, there's computers and my workspace. I started cleaning everything about a few months ago when I found out that I have so much dust in every computer. Then I started cleaning everything out.

answered Jun 06 '10 at 09:38

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i try to keep my desk cleen but it just dont worck with me

answered Jun 06 '10 at 09:40

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