For those people who made the mistake of letting dust settle on the delicate components on the Pi, this is for you.
I have had my Raspberry Pi for two years now, and for the majority of that time it has run caseless so that I could have easy access to the GPIO pins.
That was a mistake. And now my Raspberry Pi's performance is hampered by layers of dust that have settled on it after all that time. My bad. The dust layer is so thick that now the performance problems become noticeable within 30 minutes of boot.
What would be the best way to clean out the Raspberry Pi's external hardware and sweep off the dust?
Thanks for any solutions that are presented to me.