Sometimes we forget about some of our devices and allow dust to become completely polluted until dirt gets into the entire system of our devices. This can lead to partial damage to the device as it was not without cleaning the cables.
What do you need to clean household appliance cables?
- A cleaning cloth
- A toothbrush (that you don’t use)
Step by step
The first thing you should do is unplug it from the socket, otherwise unexpected consequences will occur. As soon as you have disconnected your device from the power supply, clean the electrical plug with the cloth.
After that, proceed to the main cable of your device. You will clean it with the cleaning cloth from start to finish. Remember to perform this task with the device unplugged.
Then clean some of the internal wiring of your device. Use the screwdriver first and separate the part where they are. Once this step is complete, dampen the cleaning cloth with a little vinegar and start wiping all cables.
The vinegar ensures that the dirt that adheres to all cables is removed. So wipe the cloth once or twice. Then, take another cleaning cloth and run it over the cables to dry the vinegar.
If you have other cords that are harder to clean with the cloth, take your toothbrush and add some vinegar. You will do the same thing you did with the cloth, but only once with the brush. Then give the dry cloth and screw your section back on and that’s it.
- Perform cleaning with the device disconnected
- Do not use water to clean the cables on your device
- Periodically clean the device’s wiring to prevent it from flaking or damaging the device