It can be one of the most annoying things in the world. And it can happen to the newest and shiniest of laptops or computers.
Crumps, hair, teeny tiny bits of paper; they all seem to land right in the fiddly bits of your keyboard and it's a nightmare trying to get them out.
But, if you hate the sight of it, This Morning had a handy man on the show today, giving you a life hack on how to clean your keyboard.
Steve Wilson, life hack expert, simply used a Post-it note to clean up a keyboard. The paper's sticky side is perfect for wedging in between the keys and digging out whatever is in there.
It's such a handy idea, we're actually surprised we never thought of this before.
Fáilte Ireland’s new chairman Michael Cawley has announced that Dublin will be getting a €20 million facelift.
The capital will be cleaned up good and proper, and there’ll also be a logo designed for the city, as they want to create a ‘unified brand’ much like New York’s ‘I heart NY’.
Even though we’ve been hearing that tourism is doing well in our fair city, Cawley says we are “losing out market share wise to comparative cities like Edinburgh, Amsterdam and Barcelona.
“We need to clean up its image. Temple Bar, long an asset, has become less than an asset, shall we say. I don't want to be overly negative about it, but we need to do better.”
Ooo, sounds like Michael’s getting a bit catty, doesn’t it? Still, he’s got a point! We’d love to see a clean, prettier Dublin (though we love it anyway!).