Cyber Clean Review and Giveaway

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Cyber Clean Review and Giveaway

cyber clean

I have to admit that one thing I hate about cleaning is that I find it boring. However, we have recently been sent some Cyber Clean cleaning compound to review and it has made a boring job much more fun. Infact it has made me clean things like the remote and the keyboard which I must confess I often neglect to do.

The cleaning compound comes in a zip pouch. When you get it out it feels like slime but it does harden slightly as you mould it. To clean all you do is press it onto your keyboard and peel off. I was worried by it's texture that it might stick but this wasn't a problem. here you can see the imprints on the compound where it has gone round the keys.

cleaning compound


It states it is proven to kill 99.9% of germs too. Now I just need to find a cleaning product that is as fun so that the rest of my house is as clean as my keyboard!

The lovely people at Cyber Clean have kindly offered a zip pouch cleaning compound for one of my readers. Good Luck!

Cyber Clean Zip Pouch



We were given the pouch for the purpose of the review but the opinions are my own.

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167 comments:

Tracey Peach said...

My best cleaning tip is get someone else to do it

ashleigh allan said...

do it often so it never builds up too much!

Tracy K Nixon said...

OMG love this product! Train your kids from early on to clean up after themselves! Things like wiping their feet before they come in the house becomes second nature when you teach them from an early age!

Louise Fairweather said...

lol!

Tracey Peach said...

lol works every time xxx

citygirl101 said...

Like magic goo!
I'm terrible at cleaning my keyboard, got too used to the office chaps doing it for me, not sure my 'tip laptop upside down and shake' method is a good alternative.

Jo welsh said...

Do it little and often and put on some music if you intend to do it for a while!

kim neville said...

Keep on top of it and train the family at an early age :-)

Natalie Crossan said...

Use baby wipes (they clean EVERYTHING)

Jane Willis said...

Get somebody else to do it :o)
Failing that, do the dusting with used tumble drier softener sheets, they still have enough anti static in them to help to stop dust from settling on things like TVs, computers and other electrical equipment. And clean between the keys on your keyboard with the sticky edge of a post it note, you'll be surprised and disgusted at what it picks up.

winnie said...

use baking soda for oily surface

Honey said...

Get somebody else to do it!!!!!!!

Pam Hubbard said...

baby wipes are great for most things

K Alman said...

nail polish rover to get out paint from carpet. Trust me it works. Cats push over 1/2 gal paint on new carpet and I was able to fix it - thankfully!

Julie Savage said...

Bicarbonate of soda and lemon juice is a great sink unblocker

Karen Cowley said...

An old toothbrush is always handy to do around taps etc x

Gareth Evans said...

my best cleaning tip is to spray radiators with a little furniture polish so that when they get warm the whole room smells like you have just cleaned it

clairdownham said...

try to do a little each day so it doesnt build up

Felicity Smith said...

more lemon! always add lemon and bicarb soda if you have a cleaning drama

sunshine said...

get a cleaner ;-)

Elaine Dale said...

get your husband to do it - lol

Nikki Hayes said...

I clean the inside of my desktop tower using soft makeup brushes, avoids risk of damaging components. Its also a good idea to remove the motherboard fan to clean the heatsinks underneath as these get filled up with dust which causes overheating. A PC tower should be cleaned at least every six months to keep it in good running order ;o)

Amy said...

Newspapre is great for cleaning glass and mirrors!

LynneH said...

Magic balls for cleaning narrow-necked glass bottles

Christopher Packer said...

Clean mirrors and windows with white vinegar, gets rid of all grease, smears and grime and leaves them sparkling

Sam Williams said...

Do a little bit often to prevent it building up

Sandra Lane said...

Sprinkle carpets with a little bicarb. of soda now and then before vacuuming. It freshens the carpet.

kathycakebread said...

clean the toilet with flat coke

Richard Hill said...

use an old toothbrush round taps for a bit more sparkle

Victoria_CosmeticCravings said...

Get the kids to help by turning it into a game - who can tidy their rooms (properly!) the quickest!

Hazel Hulson said...

cotton buds are very useful just test end is on tight before cleaning and dusting in narrow gaps were nothing else will get. even if a toothbrush is too big have cleaned right under taps before.stubborn grime marks.

Anne Murray said...

Get someone else to do it for you.

Peggy Muncie said...

use a steam cleaner, brilliant for everything

john hatrey said...

Half a lemon in a bowl of water, pop in micro wave for minute and the grime should whizz off, it also leaves it smelling fresh.

laura stewart said...

bi carb of soda

Lucy M said...

See how much can be achieved in the time it takes to boil the kettle for a cuppa. :)

Rebecca Rogan said...

I use a nail brush to clean my cheese grater, I find it stronger than the usual dishes brush and it was only 50p :D

Emma Rose Baker said...

Use cotton buds to clean between the small gaps between object that you cant reach naturally!

Kathy D said...

Hoover over the keyboard and then use a baby wipe

Csilla Kontig said...

Leave it for someone else to do it. :)
Seriously, vinegar efficiently removes grease and stains.

Lyla said...

White vinegar and bicarb of soda are good or cleaning cat wee

Laura Pritchard said...

Use newspaper to clean windows/mirrors - it leaves them streak free.

Susie Wilkinson said...

Keep on top of it!! If it builds up it just becomes a chore, if you do it as you go along, you don't really notice you're doing it!

Elizabeth (Liz) Briggs said...

Use Baby Wipes on everything :) especially fingerprints on doors, handles, walls, toys :)

Thursday's Girl said...

Wow! How did I not know this exists?

Kay Lou Smith said...

Get someone else to do it ;)

Alexandra Mercer Life of mummy said...

Get a cleaner!

Harley Richardson said...

Baby wipes! They work on everything xx

JudeVFR400 said...

I think this product will become my best cleaning tip, looks fab. I really hate cleaning, and don't have any magic tips either. Just don't look too closely...

Hekna said...

Toothpaste works wonders on silver jewellery.

Kay Panayi said...

Take your time

Mary Chez said...

Clean up as you go along

Donna Large said...

flatcoke in the toilet

Jayne Townson said...

My best cleaning tip is to get the kids to help out too. Thanks for the giveaway, I'd love to win one of these.

Samantha Ripley said...

save some spray bottles and purchase good multi purpose products it will save money

Louise Fairweather said...

That's a good tip!

Paul Wilson said...

Get someone else to do it.

Lisa Everaert said...

Baby wipes - Fantastic for just about every job xx

christina brown said...

Clean often so it doesn't build up!

Emma Nixon said...

Clean regularly to stop mess building up

Phil Darling said...

Get the children to help out

lynn heath said...

I hate cleaning so my best tip is to get someone else to do it!!!! I also get the kids to help out, but that amount of nagging that takes it would be quicker to do it myself!!!!

Jim Milligan said...

White vinegar to clean showerheads

Carys Jones said...

Keep on top of it on a weekly basis rather than letting it build up.

Caroline H said...

Run the shower hot with the doors and windows shut for a couple of minutes then leave for 5. The steaming effect makes the room much easier to clean.

Helen Grayson said...

Do little but often, if you don't have the time to do a big clean pick a room to do a day/night :) That way you keep on top of it and you don't have to do loads in one go :)

Angela Williams said...

keep your old tooth brushes to reach the small places

Claire Toplis said...

use baby wipes to dust

MANDY DOHERTY said...

Little and often works for me

Emily CD said...

Get someone else to do it!

Maxine M Partridge said...

do it yourself otherwise itll never get done properly!!

shannon07 said...

keep on top of it

Abigail Edkins said...

soak with vinegar and lemon juice to remove limescale

Michelle Banks said...

get the kids to do it lmao

sbroadley said...

vinegar in water for the windows/glass

Keith Hunt said...

STeam it or get the wife to do it.

sarah birkett said...

vinegar for glass

Kelly Brittle said...

use baking powder and vinegar to clean kitchen and bathroom surfaces

Jane Green said...

Little and often, set the timer and do ten minutes frantic cleaning

Peter Shillito said...

I've had one of these in the past and it's really good! Great product.

Lauren O said...

Put it on your favourite music and make cleaning your daily workout!

Mike Marsh said...

Hoover your PC Keyboards

Janet Thornton said...

For easy microwave cleaning simply heat half a bowl of water with half a lemon on full power for 5 minutes.Then wipe inside the microwave.The steam loosens all the grease and it comes off effortlessly.

Caroline Kelly said...

A bit of radio helps the time pass

Teresa Lee said...

Start with the jobs you hate doing the most first, from then it only gets easier.

christineshelley said...

Use wipes to clean in the corners

suey1969 said...

An old toothbrush is good for getting into hard to reach areas

Keshia Esgate said...

loads of bleach

Solange said...

Use vinegar to clean windows

leanne williams said...

loads of bleach

Kat Glynn said...

Clean stainless steel surfaces with a drop of baby oil on a cloth for a streak free shine! x

Carroll Marsh said...

A Little pot of Bicarbonate of Soda Placed in the fridge Helps Neutralise unwanted Niffs!!Also add a little to your toothbrush with toothpaste to remove coffee,wine stains!!

Lyndsey Beckford said...

Use old toothbrushes to clean hard to reach areas

Eleanor Jones said...

Use a toothbrush to clean gaps between tiles

Robert Price said...

Use newspaper to clean glass

Sheila Reeves said...

Use microfibre cloths, they stop a lot of smears on windows and mirrors

jokow said...

get your hubby to do it

♫ Alison M ♪ said...

Do a little each day so it doesn't build up

Maya Russell said...

White vinegar on a cloth to clean windows, wipe dry and smear free with newspaper. It's cheap and easy.

sharon johnson said...

get the kids to use the hoover hose on the corners and skirtings, it helps me and i can do something else at the same time, and the kids think it great x

Stephanie Whitehouse, said...

Do a little bit every day

Allan Fullarton said...

Vinegar & Water to clean glass

Kerry Lethbridge said...

I actually enjoy cleaning but I think if you do a little each day it makes it much easier

PamGregory said...

Don't put it off!

Jodie Harvey said...

do a little everyday, then it doesnt build up and become too much :)

Jilly Pearce said...

Keep a duster in each room so you can give surfaces a quick wipe over frequently

Jamie said...

Ask google but Vinegar or water seem to clean everything lol

Heather said...

Keep on top of it. The less you clean the harder it is when you get round to it

isabelle smith said...

get someone else to do it. lifes too short

Katie Walker said...

Tooth brush for stair railings

Stephen Little said...

Get someone else to do it.

Catriona Pavey said...

Keep old toothbrushes for cleaning seals in the bathroom & kitchen

Clint Howat said...

Old Tooth brush for boots.

Simon Hardy said...

Get your kids involved, make it fun. Less for you and they learn to housekeep for when they (hopefully) move out

soneailiami said...

vinegar + soda for clogged pipe

zoe bryan said...

when cleaning your taps use an old toothbrush with baking soda to get in tot those hard t reach spots :D

Angela L Paull said...

A slightly damp duster stops the dust flying around too much :-)

juliebooth said...

Use a microfibre cloth. Really does pick up the dust

Amanda Norwood said...

get the husband to do it!

Kristy Leanne Brown said...

Bicarb and white vinegar is fantastic for stains!

Kirsty Woods said...

Use an iron and grease proof paper to remove candle wax

Katie Walden said...

Use an old toothbrush on any hard to clean spots :)

samantha sugden said...

Hubby does the housework so i am luckly

Nicola Holland said...

Use microfibre cloths as they attract the dust!

Lisa Wilkinson said...

Use white vinegar for steak-free glass :)

Danika Lloyd said...

Keep glass spray under bathroom sink & take 30 secs to wipe the bathroom mirror, sink & toilet every morning when you first use the bathroom & always be 'company ready'.

Lydia Graham said...

Some lemon in the mop bucket for a lovely fresh smell

Barbara Handley said...

Use a damp cloth to dust with.

Katie Skeoch said...

put on some music or an audio book while you're cleaning, males the chores go much faster

kim1957uk said...

Try and persuade somebody else to do it

Ceri Jones said...

Lemons they smell great and clean everything with some hot water

Gillian Holmes said...

Newspaper to clean windows

Frank Fields said...

Take it slow and gently

Steve Thomson said...

I've often been told how gross keyboards are - more dirt than a toilet and so on - but I've never found an easy means of cleaning mine. This sounds like a brilliant product!

angiehoggett said...

Vinegar is great for glass

Bonnie King said...

Keep on top of it everyday. The worst thing is seeing cleaning chores building up!

Julia Morris said...

My best cleaning tip is to dust window sills and rads with a warm damp cloth sprayed with a tiny bit of furniture polish. Picks up all dust and leaves a lovely fresh smell in each room.

maci234 said...

microfiber cloths great for dust

Mimicat said...

Vinegar and lemon are cheap and clean most things.

Stevie said...

I use a paintbrush for cleaning keyboards and general dusting. I'm using some anti-static foaming cleaner for our screens too. It's very good.

Emma Falvi said...

use white vinegar for most of your cleaning

samanthapsharpe said...

Use the right products and cloths for the right tasks to avoid any damage!

Ellie powell said...

white vinegar that has been mentioned a few times here is great for cleaning almost anything - but is especially good on limescale round taps and the like, just soak a cloth in the vinegar wrap it round the tap leave it over night and in the morning just wipe off the limescale - my kind of cleaning - effortless!

Sarah Lewis said...

Use a scrunched up piece of white bread to remove marks from painted walls.

champaklal lad said...

this looks like a great product

Pete Cleasby said...

get a window cleaner to do your windows, it`s easier and safer!

Melanie McNair said...

I use newspapers on my windows, leaves them streak free

Beverley said...

White vinegar works wonders on limescale.

caroline tokes said...

fresh and clean carpets - Lightly dust your carpets with bicarbonate of soda, leave over night then hoover in the morning

kasia said...

Baby oil mixed with lemon is great for cleaning wood

Bernadette Willis said...

never use large quantites of cleaning products, they smear and require extra effort to remove

IR Ayse(rezaayse said...

vinegar cleans limescale

Laura Whittle said...

Lemon juice on tough tile stains

tarbs said...

turn on the plates of the stove, wait to cool down. Whilst warm - clean them! Seems to soften the muck and easier to clean!

tishist said...

Aluminium foil and water to remove rust

Claudia said...

The most basic cleaning products are sometimes the best. My Mum used Cif for years on literally everything. Now I have my own family I realise why.....it cleans almost everything!

hannahlw85 said...

Do small amounts everyday to keep on top then there's no big job to do

Matt Brasier said...

Vinegar and lemon are cheap and clean most things.

Erica Price said...

Spray bicarb solution onto your oven for easier cleaning

LoobyLee said...

Baking soda to clean oven

vikki douel said...

Clear all hotspot areas just one bit at a time, everytime you walk past it put one thing away

anneka hulse said...

To pick up small pieces of broken glass, press pieces of bread onto the affected area

Monika Suchonska said...

do it as soon as you can

Charlotte said...

Vanish to get off the hard grime from the cooking trays and pans

WhatIsLazDoing said...

10 minute tidy sessions during the week to avoid time wasted at the weekend tidying up

snarepuss said...

clean as you go along :)

Amez2012 said...

vinegar is brilliant on glass!!