You may want to consider getting a key puller to pull out problem keys and then blow the area below off with air.  Below is a link for one.  If you plan on pulling all of the keys off you might want to take a picture of the keyboard first just so you get everything back where it came from.  As an example, for some reason one of my cats likes to sleep on my keyboard at home.  I pulled all of the keys off and was amazed at the amount of fur that was under them.  I couldn't have got it all without removing the keyse first.  Warning--The space bar can be a bit tricky.
https://www.amazon.com/Qisan-Stainless-Mechanical-Keyboard-Magicforce/dp/B01HPC88HM/ref=sr_1_5?crid=WN15J8TF8677&keywords=key+puller&qid=1673971740&sprefix=key+pull%2Caps%2C103&sr=8-5


Dave Parnin


On Tuesday, January 17, 2023 at 09:52:09 AM EST, John Yeung <gallium.arsenide@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

If your glitchy keyboard was really expensive or you really love it, then
you may want to try cleaning it. It is very common for dust and gunk to get
underneath the keys and start to impact performance.

However, if you have no particular attachment to it, and you'd be happy
with the new one, I agree with Jim: just use the new one and be done with
it.

John Y.

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