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Cleaning Tips using Compressed Air in a Can

Updated on March 14, 2011

Compressed air in a can

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Ideal for getting excess dust from the inside of your computer casePerfect for getting dust and other particles from between the keys
Ideal for getting excess dust from the inside of your computer case
Ideal for getting excess dust from the inside of your computer case
Perfect for getting dust and other particles from between the keys
Perfect for getting dust and other particles from between the keys

Compressed Air in a Can

These days you can buy a can of compressed air from most hardware stores,but what use is compressed air to you?

Compressed air is a great cleaning tool for inside your home.

The inside of your computer collects more dust than the rest of your home compressed air is a safe way to remove this without harming any of the delicate components. compressed air is also perfect for shifting dust crumbs and food particles from between the keys on your computer keyboard. for more details on cleaning your computer with compressed air check out this hub.

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A quick blast and cobwebs are gonespeeds up cleaning window blinds
A quick blast and cobwebs are gone
A quick blast and cobwebs are gone
speeds up cleaning window blinds
speeds up cleaning window blinds

Compressed air around the home

Compressed air is also very useful when carrying out your house hold cleaning chores, a quick spray at cobwebs and they are gone, window blinds collect a lot off dust spray some compressed air on them and then give them a quick wipe over with a damp cloth they will come up as good as new.

Asthma is often caused by dust particles, a quick spray of compressed air on the bed frame gets rid of the dust you or your children breath in overnight easing and reducing the symptoms.

Splits in window frames or doors collect dust a quick air burst will remove this in a second.

Anywhere around the house where dust gathers compressed air is a handy tool to have at hand.

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      Ken Spiracy 5 years ago

      Hmm, wondering if I could use a can of this stuff to blow out the cobwebs in my wife's vaginal area? Old bat. Should've married her sister...

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      joselle 8 years ago

      the cleaner is expensive..hehe

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      Angela Harris 10 years ago from Around the USA

      Great ideas. I always keep compressed air around to clean my computer keyboard. Now I've thought of some other places it would be handy.

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      justjanice 11 years ago

      Good tips. Sometimes these things are better than getting the vacume cleaner out.

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