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March 11, 2013 9:57:53 AM

Regarding Compressed Gas Duster, or compressed air, I came across those 4 products on amazon, can anyone guide me and tell me which is best?

and if all are good, do they have de-moisturizer in them? I heard something about moisture or w/e

P.S. If u know any better product please inform me.

P.S.S. would I need to get a brush to clean between the fins? or the compressed air would do the job.

THAAAAANKS :D 

(ops 4got to add the links)
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http://www.amazon.com/Air-Power-Dusters-Quantity-Pack/d...

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http://www.amazon.com/3M-Dust-Remover-Compressed-Duster...

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http://www.amazon.com/Professional-Winchester-Firearms-...

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http://www.amazon.com/Innovera-51505-Compressed-Gas-Dus...

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March 11, 2013 10:04:18 AM

Its just air man. Just get the cheapest one per ounce
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March 11, 2013 10:12:17 AM

Azn Cracker said:
Its just air man. Just get the cheapest one per ounce


Are you sure man?
What about this moisture thing I read/heard about?
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March 11, 2013 10:13:27 AM

farrengottu said:
get one of these.

http://www.amazon.com/Metro-Vacuum-ED500-500-Watt-Elect...

fantastic product that pays for itself after like 50 uses, I've used mine hundreds of times. still working great.
it has a simple filter on the bottom that is easily cleaned.


I will probably get this later, but now am kinda short in cash and need something as cheap as the canned stuff
Thanks tho :) 
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March 11, 2013 10:29:47 AM

Gaia Guardian said:
Azn Cracker said:
Its just air man. Just get the cheapest one per ounce


Are you sure man?
What about this moisture thing I read/heard about?

Moisture is a common byproduct of air compression, which is why air compressors have moisture traps on them. Canned air has had all of the moisture removed before the cans are filled. I have used many brands of canned air over the years and moisture has never been an issue. It's important to keep the can upright or the propellant will squirt out. That may be what people are reporting as moisture.
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March 11, 2013 10:52:51 AM

Gaia Guardian said:

Are you sure man?
What about this moisture thing I read/heard about?


Don't keep your finger on the nozzle. Use short bursts at a time and this will prevent any propellant build up in the air stream - which is usually what the moisture is. Also the cans will get cold and condensate as you use them (by product of the physics involved), so you probably only want to use about 1/2 a can at a time.

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March 11, 2013 1:13:17 PM

Max Collodi said:
Gaia Guardian said:
Azn Cracker said:
Its just air man. Just get the cheapest one per ounce


Are you sure man?
What about this moisture thing I read/heard about?

Moisture is a common byproduct of air compression, which is why air compressors have moisture traps on them. Canned air has had all of the moisture removed before the cans are filled. I have used many brands of canned air over the years and moisture has never been an issue. It's important to keep the can upright or the propellant will squirt out. That may be what people are reporting as moisture.


I c... I c... my last question is, would canned air be enough to remove the dust from the computer parts? or i need to bring a brush to complete that? and if I need that, any brush would do, right? (dnt wanna end up frying my computer)
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March 11, 2013 1:15:19 PM

@poweruser_24 and @Max Collodi , thank u both so much, u were really a lot of help :) 
:D  :bounce: 
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