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Cyber Clean Crevice Cleaner

By: on May 13, 2013
$9.97
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As it turns out, you can give Silly Putty an official-sounding name and use it for more than just making impressions of the lines in your palm and copying print from newspapers. The malleable amoeba that is Cyber Clean presses and oozes into the crevices of computer and phone keyboards, hard drive fans and mesh backings, video game consoles, speakers, anywhere that tends to accumulate dust and debris and crumbs from the Barbara's Peanut Butter Puffins that you would probably suck out with your own mouth on account of the fact that they are so F'ing delicious, but don't because the lint and dead skin cells and boogers that you'd probably inhale with them are way less F'ing delicious.

Cyber Clean both removes unwanted particulates, and disinfects the areas it covers. It is made of natural, biodegradable materials. So not Styrofoam and not Mickey Rourke's face.

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