Thought this information might be helpful for people here. Just don’t wreck this thread like the last one about disinfecting keys (remember forum rules on politics), okay?
The Piano Technicians Guild has published an article on cleaning and caring for your piano (and probably applies to keyboards) during the COVID-19 pandemic. https://www.ptg.org/covid-19?fbclid=IwAR20rQ8sz_rlTEHf_4RB2eMuTqwVk8_-ZcrbafEAGer79JfejVcVcS7AyBM
- Use alcohol-based disinfectants, do not use bleach-based disinfectants or any product containing citrus.
- If using a spray or liquid bottle, use a disposable towel like WYPALL L30. Put the disinfectant on the towel and not the piano.
- After use, immediately put the towel or disinfectant hand wipe in the trash and wash your hands as the CDC recommends. Do not use reusable towels or cloths which could spread germs to your kit or the next customer.
- Always follow up with a dry towel and never leave any liquids on the piano or keys.
Section about keys specifically:
The keys are the most important part. Generally speaking, most disinfecting wipes or sprays should be safe to use on the keys. If the keys are dirty, Cheng suggests using Cory Key-Brite to clean and then follow up with the disinfecting wipes or sprays