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How to remove keycaps from your mechanical keyboard

Should you need to remove the keycaps on your mechanical keyboard to clean the device or to switch out the caps and add a personal touch, you'll need to use a keycap puller. These small accessories wrap around a keycap, enabling you to pull out the caps without damaging them or the switches they're attached to. Gone are the times of spending a solid 10 minutes attempting to launch keycaps into space using a pocket knife.
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