AF Sprayduster (Compressed Air) - Removal of Dust and Debris - 1 x 400ml for £2.28 Prime / £6.77 non Prime @ Amazon
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AF Sprayduster (Compressed Air) - Removal of Dust and Debris - 1 x 400ml for £2.28 Prime / £6.77 non Prime @ Amazon

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Posted 21st May
Hotdealers favourite, temporarily out of stock but available to order.

My order from last night is now coming on the 27th May.
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Tin of beans would do the job
kendragon0121/05/2020 20:35

Just about to bite when I saw the comments about Electric Dusters. Never …Just about to bite when I saw the comments about Electric Dusters. Never knew these existed. Thanks guys.


Yep! They do and are awesome in comparison to canned air.

Expensive, but saves you money in the long run if you clean your PC regularly, plus any other dust movind operations you can think of (use it in conjunction with a vacuum cleaner to capture the dirty contamination)

I bought the Xpower one from Amazon for £49.99 and will never use canned air ever again.
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Even bought a flight case and some shadow foam and made somewhere for it to live:
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Edited by: "Lakesman" 22nd May
People still using canned air in 2020? They are doing it all wrong!
Edited by: "Lakesman" 22nd May
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Silly question but how long can you actually use these things for?
Tin of beans would do the job
Good value

Please note these are non-invertible (can only be used upright)
soul0merk21/05/2020 19:37

Silly question but how long can you actually use these things for?


Until the can runs out , better off buying an electric duster
Great price. Thanks OP. Ordered 2 for when I can finally go out and see customers again.
soul0merk21/05/2020 19:37

Silly question but how long can you actually use these things for?


They don't last long, so really only to be used where necessary, although these are a great price and worth having a can or 2 for that time when you really could do with one!
KemCol21/05/2020 19:39

Tin of beans would do the job


Does the job haha
I used to have a compressor set up at home, but I haven't for a while now. So to replace that for blowing out and cleaning items, I bought a small leaf blower for £20. Works great.

Use it inside dusty computers etc, long as you jam the fans when you use it so you don't potentially burn out their bearings over speeding them.
Out of stock
prynolfc21/05/2020 19:43

?


Think he means have some beans and fart on your keyboard
sitan121/05/2020 20:09

Out of stock


As said in op you can order for future delivery.
Edited by: "eslick" 21st May
We've got a CompuCleaner - Electric Air Duster, which is really great to use, but it's still handy having these cans.
Good flosser too
Just about to bite when I saw the comments about Electric Dusters. Never knew these existed. Thanks guys.
I use the electric air bed pumps you get 3 size nozzle with one that is thin and pointy, they work great in computers. If you need to compress in really tiny area this would goo
These are in the pound shop for a..... £
If I blow out all the food stuck in my keyboard I'd have a 3 course meal.
eslick21/05/2020 20:57

Much smaller versions


Ah, my bad. But its not the size that matters it's the way I use it....
Cold. Paid £2.22 just last week.
People still using canned air in 2020? They are doing it all wrong!
Edited by: "Lakesman" 22nd May
kendragon0121/05/2020 20:35

Just about to bite when I saw the comments about Electric Dusters. Never …Just about to bite when I saw the comments about Electric Dusters. Never knew these existed. Thanks guys.


Yep! They do and are awesome in comparison to canned air.

Expensive, but saves you money in the long run if you clean your PC regularly, plus any other dust movind operations you can think of (use it in conjunction with a vacuum cleaner to capture the dirty contamination)

I bought the Xpower one from Amazon for £49.99 and will never use canned air ever again.
40829502.jpg
Even bought a flight case and some shadow foam and made somewhere for it to live:
40829502.jpg
Edited by: "Lakesman" 22nd May
its a pound from the pound shop when its opened
stevohster21/05/2020 21:43

its a pound from the pound shop when its opened


They are two totally different sizes this one is 400ml the pound shop ones are 90g which looks to be about a third of the size of these.
Lakesman21/05/2020 21:25

Yep! They do and they are awesome in comparison to canned air.Expensive, …Yep! They do and they are awesome in comparison to canned air.Expensive, but saves you money in the long run if you clean your PC regularly, plus any other dust movind operations you can think of (use it in conjunction with a vacuum cleaner to capture the dirty contamination)I bought the Xpower one from Amazon for £49.99 and will never use canned air ever again.[Image] Even bought a flight case and some shadow foam and made somewhere for it to live: [Image]


Glad you posted this. I had purchased that exact model earlier. Great to see your recomendation. Thanks.
£10-£20 air bed pump does the job better for me, but a good price for these if you want them.
The 6 pack is available! Select the set of 6 @ £23.95 available from prime seller, works out £3.85 per can & free next day delivery included.
Lakesman21/05/2020 21:25

Yep! They do and they are awesome in comparison to canned air.Expensive, …Yep! They do and they are awesome in comparison to canned air.Expensive, but saves you money in the long run if you clean your PC regularly, plus any other dust movind operations you can think of (use it in conjunction with a vacuum cleaner to capture the dirty contamination)I bought the Xpower one from Amazon for £49.99 and will never use canned air ever again.[Image] Even bought a flight case and some shadow foam and made somewhere for it to live: [Image]


Just bought one, thanks! Nomore shoving the hoover down my keyboard
vulcanproject21/05/2020 19:56

I used to have a compressor set up at home, but I haven't for a while now. …I used to have a compressor set up at home, but I haven't for a while now. So to replace that for blowing out and cleaning items, I bought a small leaf blower for £20. Works great.Use it inside dusty computers etc, long as you jam the fans when you use it so you don't potentially burn out their bearings over speeding them.


How small are those leaves!?
You into bonsai?
Just use this, just under £20 and prime delivery.

amazon.co.uk/KAT…YH8
Out of stock but I ordered one anyway, I don't need it right now and it's a good price.
£4.49 for postage LOL
Gleeson7922/05/2020 01:04

Just use this, just under £20 and prime …Just use this, just under £20 and prime delivery.https://www.amazon.co.uk/KATSU-100140-Blower-Electric-Inflator/dp/B01MTSDYH8


This is an excellent tip. Cheers
It’s still a good price though if looking at these. Cheers op
No huffing!🤪
I've tried canned air in the past. It's ok, but tends to be expensive long-term and IMHO doesn't get the real muck out. Ditto for cleansing wipes. An alternative, if budget allows, is a washable keyboard, as used where hygiene is critical and/or the keyboard needs a frequent clean (e.g. hospitals, restaurants, multi-user locations, etc).

I had one for ages - just chucked it in the dishwasher overnight with the other dishes - but a new desk and monitor meant I had change to a smaller keyboard. Given the current situation, I wish I still had it! I checked a few suppliers just now and, as you might expect, kept getting "We have no stock in the UK now". Once they're back in stock I'll see if there's a suitably small version - I'm fed up shaking bits out of a supposedly clean keyboard.
Lakesman21/05/2020 21:25

Yep! They do and are awesome in comparison to canned air.Expensive, but …Yep! They do and are awesome in comparison to canned air.Expensive, but saves you money in the long run if you clean your PC regularly, plus any other dust movind operations you can think of (use it in conjunction with a vacuum cleaner to capture the dirty contamination)I bought the Xpower one from Amazon for £49.99 and will never use canned air ever again.[Image] Even bought a flight case and some shadow foam and made somewhere for it to live: [Image]


Call me John Wind
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