Everything You Need To Know About Air Duster – Pinkzio

Everything You Need To Know About Air Duster

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Air Duster, also called “canned air”, “compressed air”, and “dusting gas”, is used to provide a pressurized blast, knocking loose dust and dirt. Think of it as a portable replacement for an air compressor line. This accessory can be used to blow cookie crumbs out from a keyboard, clear out computer vents, and even open up tight apertures in an SMT (surface mount technology) stencil in PCB assembly.

Ideal for office use including keyboards, CPU, computer and mouse. Also great for workspace and automobiles. The Original Duster. 100% Ozone Safe. A Bitterant is added to the Compressed Gas to Discourage Inhalant Abuse. The Versatile Cleaning Tool.

Duster Doesn't Hurt The Ozone Layer

There is a misconception based on old information that dusters hurt the ozone layer. Dusters contained CFC’s over 20-years ago, but have since been replaced with materials that do not impact the ozone layer.

What’s The Correct Technique for Dusting?

  • DO NOT SHAKE!
  • Remove small tab on the top of spray nozzle.
  • Insert extension tube into nozzle.
  • Hold can upright at less than a 45° angle and pull trigger to clear valve of any liquid.
  • Pull trigger in series of short 2-3 second blasts.

Safe to use it ❗

Non-Toxic & No Bittern, NO Nasty Smells Or Residue Left On The Surface.

  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Use in well-ventilated area.
  • Never shake or tilt can before or during usage.
  • Read back panel of the can carefully before using it.

This is the brand to trust to get rid of the dust!

blasts away 99% of dust & dirt

Clean all those tight spots on your valuable electronics without accidentally damaging them. Prolong the life of your: computer, keyboard, desk top camera, camera lenses, printer, fax machine, copier, Xbox, mobile phone, lab equipment, TV, VCR, typewriter, notebook without causing them to break.

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