Modern biometric time clocks are hardy and durable, but there may come a time when dust or grime starts to accumulate near the scanner.
No problem. It’s easy to clean your biometric time clock and keep it in optimal condition.
The key is avoiding any harsh chemicals or abrasive fibers that could damage the surface of the scanner. We recommend using a soft, lint-free cloth to wipe the surface clean. If that doesn’t do the trick, use a tiny amount of rubbing alcohol on a cotton swab or cloth and gently rub the surface clean.
That should be all it takes to keep your biometric time clock in pristine condition and ready to scan your employee’s fingerprints.