Is The Notebook Cooling Poor? It's Time To Clean The Dust

- Aug 19, 2019-

Is the notebook cooling poor? It's time to clean the dust


The notebook computer has been used for a long time, and a lot of dust will accumulate inside, which seriously affects the heat dissipation of the machine. In order to ensure the normal use of the notebook, it is necessary to master simple cleaning techniques. Here is the cleaning step for everyone's popular science notebook, I hope it can help you.


Obviously, first we have to take the notebook apart. If you are not familiar with it, don't do it. Don't hurt your notebook because of one of your intentions, so it is best to send it to a professional maintenance person.

 

First, prepare the tweezers, small cotton balls, and detergent (AKA wash water). These three tools are enough. If you can't find such professional cleaning tools around you, you can use alternatives that you think are feasible.

 

The cleaning process is actually very simple. Use a pair of tweezers to hold the small cotton ball and dip the washing water, then wipe it off gently on the notebook motherboard and the dusty place on the fan. It is important to note that you should not rub too hard. Many small components are very easy to get hurt! Also, in most cases you can't find an industrial cleaning product with corrosive wash water. At this time, you can use alcohol (available in the medical industry) or other cleaning agents that you think are feasible to clean the notebook. Usually, these dusts will have different characteristics depending on the environment in which your notebook is used. Some of them may be very coarse or greasy. At this time, it is necessary to appropriately increase or decrease the number of cleanings instead of the strength to deal with dust. The notebook cooling copper piece is a guy who needs special care. It must be cleaned up in order to let it play its proper cooling effect.

    

If you use clean water to clean, you will find that it will also evaporate quickly, as well as alcohol. In short, you can wait until the cleaning solvent has completely evaporated before you can power on the computer.