Cosmo for attention.

So, recently I picked up an old Apple keyboard to restore and possibly use with my iMac. It’s a 2000 Apple Pro Keyboard, which cost $5.00 at the thrift store.

I also got a mouse, but that’s a different story.

As you can see, it’s not very clean. So, I decided to get to work after studying how to properly take one of these apart. It’s actually a pretty simple process if you have the right tools. Tonight I started on the keyboard...I currently have all the keys soaking in a bath of soap and water.


Removed the tacky B’ham whale sticker that makes no sense.
They say the model before these which debuted with the 1998 iMac was the most beautiful keyboard ever produced. I agree.


This weekend I’ll attack disassembling the case and cleaning the insides.