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How to use compressed air correctly?

If you are using a can of compressed air and it gets cold, stop and wait for the can to warm up again. It is normal for the can to get cold. 

 

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I don't know if this is the right section to post this, but I need to clean my PC and I don't want to get frostbite from the compressed air.


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If you are using a can of compressed air and it gets cold, stop and wait for the can to warm up again. It is normal for the can to get cold. 

 

This could also help:

 

 

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4 minutes ago, silverhelmet61 said:

I don't know if this is the right section to post this, but I need to clean my PC and I don't want to get frostbite from the compressed air.

read the can. dont spray upside down. the colder the can is, the slower the flow of air. so take your time, let it warm up to get the best use out of it. 

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Depending on how much compressed air you use, the Data Vac is a good investment alternative. I do a lot of repair and upgrading, not for a living but hobby, and it was worth every penny. Otherwise DaltonM and Miniman27100 have given you good, correct advice

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