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Old 19th Mar 2019, 1:06 pm   #24
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Default Re: Using Canned Air For Removing Dust

Originally Posted by ms660 View Post
He kids not about dust, I speak from personal experience, no mask...I ended up in a very bad way within half an hour or so after exposure, sometimes it's not the dust per se but what's on it
I'd second that. Avoid airborne dust! Even if inert, it clogs lungs. And if it's not, it could be serious. I heard of a vacuum cleaner demonstrator who had a dust bag burst on him. He was hospitalised.

And the dust in an old radio is just the same as vacuum cleaner dust. Not worth making it airborne and breathing in. We have only two lungs, and neither can be replaced.

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