If you’re a big fan of older mechanical keyboards there may come a point where you have to restore one to its former glory. This DIY guide covers everything from brightening the plastic to rewiring the keys for a USB interface.
While older keyboards are built like tanks (plenty of the venerable IBM Model M keyboards are still in use today) sometimes you might find they need a little repair and updating. Lowpoly, over at Deskthority, shares a guide to ripping apart and old Apple keyboard (the M0110) to overhaul the guts with a USB connection, quieter springs, and a bleaching of the case to remove the dinginess years of oxidation can bring to older electronics.
Hit up the link below for additional photos and details on the repair job.