If you're anything like us, your computer is covered with disgusting heaps of lint, dust, dirt, pita chip crumbles, and rainbow sprinkles. You could blow on it, or use compressed air—or you could use this gorgeous bristly brush.

The Redecker brush was originally designed in 1992 by a German company that's been making natural bristle brushes since 1937—but now the Museum of Modern Art will sell you one for 35 bones.

What Is It?

A brush that will wipe crumbs and crud off of your computer keyboard and screen.

Who's it For?

Humans with computers, with a normal human tendency to dirty their computers.

Design

Handsome, and rugged, just like you and your computer. The oiled beech handle has a soft set of screen-friendly bristles and a stiff tuft for the keyboard and crevices.

Using It

Brush your computer. Debris will fly off of it, as if compelled by the will of a divine entity.

The Best Part

It works. It's eco-friendly—compressed air cans are wasteful! And it looks classier on a desk than a big dumb can.

Tragic Flaw

It'd be nice if the tough bristles were even tougher, for extra dirt-scrapin' action.

This Is Weird...

The handle comes with a hole but no strap. Why isn't there an optional strap of some sort of fine leather? Then you could hang it from a peg.

Should You Buy It?

If your computer is often need of a good dry scrubbing, and you want to feel like a 19th century dandy, absolutely. This brush will last longer than your next two laptops.

Available at the MoMA Store this Friday.

Gernot Redecker Computer Brush Stats

• Handle: Beech wood
• Price: $35
• Dimensions: 4" x 10.25" x 1"
Giz Rank: 4 stars

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