Air Duster (compressed) 200ml £1 @ Poundworld
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Air Duster (compressed) 200ml £1 @ Poundworld

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Found 5th Aug 2015
Air Duster. Saw someone post some wipes and within the comments was someone asking where to find compressed air.

Here it is. Available in Poundworld (more commonly, national) and various Poundland stores. Obviously £1 and 200ml.

I use these for the electronic device repairs I do as a profession and can personally say they're of brilliant quality.

PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING!

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More like a water blaster, These are useless, Very weak Airblow that squirts liquid. Save your pound and buy a straw for better results. (_;)

Original Poster

Agreed with you a bit however This is exactly why I said follow the instructions first. There is a slight liquid blast that lasts about half a second, once that's gone it's brilliant.

Blowing through a straw just encourages spot to get all over electronics,eww!

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pffcouk

Agreed with you a bit however This is exactly why I said follow the … Agreed with you a bit however This is exactly why I said follow the instructions first. There is a slight liquid blast that lasts about half a second, once that's gone it's brilliant.Blowing through a straw just encourages spot to get all over electronics,eww!



Spit*

This is the dodgy butane one isn't it?

Really not safe to be discharging this in a confined space and occasionally spurts liquid out which stains components- stick to the proper stuff in my opinion.

Ive used this recently, it did the job perfectly for me, restored my rather dusty logitech g19s mk2 to new condition

Great for getting the dents out of your car. Heat with a hair dryer then spray over with this.

For external use I might consider it but not anywhere near vital interior components.

Does it get dents out of laptops too?

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Waldolf

Great for getting the dents out of your car. Heat with a hair dryer then … Great for getting the dents out of your car. Heat with a hair dryer then spray over with this.



Eh? How?

Original Poster

magnetic_fields

Eh? How?



Presumably hot then immediately cold, but I might be off the mark with that assumption!

magnetic_fields

Eh? How?



For dents which are pushed in and smooth without a defined crease, you can heat the metal for a few minutes and then spray this on and the rapid cooling contracts the metal causing the dent to pop out. It might take a few goes, and it works best with bigger panels that are more springy.

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Waldolf

For dents which are pushed in and smooth without a defined crease, you … For dents which are pushed in and smooth without a defined crease, you can heat the metal for a few minutes and then spray this on and the rapid cooling contracts the metal causing the dent to pop out. It might take a few goes, and it works best with bigger panels that are more springy.



Thanks, will give that a try!

magnetic_fields

Thanks, will give that a try!



​Don't dent your car especially to try it! I don't do refunds

pffcouk

Blowing through a straw just encourages spot to get all over … Blowing through a straw just encourages spot to get all over electronics,eww!



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