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OXO Good Grips Electronics Cleaning Brush

By: on October 05, 2017
$55
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Help me, help me, it's the 2-Headed Monster! That's what dirt and dust will be saying when they see the OXO Good Grips Electronics Cleaning Brush coming for them. This double-sided cleaning tool tidies up phones, computers, cameras, circa 2005 VCRs you keep around out of pure love, and other electronics, clearing off dust with a silicone wiper and a retractable brush.

OXO's silicone wiper latches onto debris scattered in small, hard-to-reach crevices of electronics, such as around keyboard keys and screen edges. Follow up with the soft bristles of the cleaning brush, which won't scratch or otherwise harm sensitive camera lenses. The wiper comes with a cap, and the bristles a slide switch for retraction.

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