By Daily News | | PUBLISHED: December 4, 2013 at 12:00 am | UPDATED: August 28, 2017 at 8:00 am When you’re the parent of young children, you’re under constant assault from various sticky, gooey, crusty and often watery substances. (To your children, you’re nothing more than a giant walking napkin, after all). Unfortunately, the same goes for any technology you leave within reach of little, grubby fingers. My two little angels (3 years old and 19 months) are obsessed with watching videos on my laptop and playing games on my phone. Unlike me, they are not the least bit concerned that their hands might be covered in some weird combination of chocolate and sand. Nor do they hear my pleas not to drink their orange juice in the vicinity of the keyboard. But no matter the cause, I’m inevitably left to clean up the mess. Here’s what to do if you find yourself in a similar situation: Handheld devices When your device is attacked by glue, yogurt or popsicle drips, you’re going to have to clean it. Just beware not to do more damage by using household cleansers, which contain solvents that can damage the device and erode protective… Read full this story
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