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What is the shelf life of air duster (canned air)?

If the can and valving is intact and undamaged, it will not leak or spoil, so can sit on a shelf for as long as 10 years.
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Is all air duster (canned air) the same?

No, there are a variety of different types of dusters, some more for consumer use, and others more common in commercial applications. Many retail dusters have bitterant added to prevent huffing. When duster is used in the home, there is concern...
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Is air duster (canned air) safe on my computer and other electronics?

Yes, air duster is generally designed for use on electronics. There are a few things to watch out for: 1) avoid spraying the refrigerant liquid, which can happen if you shake the can, or angle it too much. The refrigerant is very cold, so can...
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How long does a can of air duster (canned air) last?

That depends on the size of the can and how much you use it. If the can and valving is intact and undamaged, it will not leak or spoil, so can sit on a shelf for many years.
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How do you use air duster (canned air)?

The can of duster must be held in an upright position when spraying. Do not tilt can more than 40 degrees during spraying operation or shake during use. Before use, press actuator to clear valve of any liquid product. Extension tube can be used...
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What happens if you shake a can of duster (canned air)?

Most duster contain refrigerant that is liquid when held under pressure. The goal of duster is to spray the vapor not the liquid, so the valving is designed to capture the vapor from the top of the can. When you shake a can, turn it, or flip...
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What is in air duster (canned air)?

Most aerosol duster contains a refrigerant/propellant that cannot be considered “air”. As a matter of fact, breathing too much of these vapors can lead to negative health effects. Compressed Air Duster is most commonly filled with...
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Is air duster (canned air) dangerous?

It can be if used improperly. Aerosol dusters contain pressurized refrigerant, not breathable air as the common names (e.g. “canned air”, “compressed air”) for it suggests. Take care to use in a ventilated area, avoid...
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Is WD-40 a degreaser?

WD-40 is a lubricant (fish oil to be exact) dissolved in a solvent. While it can break down grease and oil to a certain degree, it also adds back some. This might be desirable if you are cleaning a hinge, conveyor, or corrosive-prone part, but...
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What is the best degreaser?

That depends on the requirements of your application. There are a number of factors that can have a big impact on performance and safety: flammability, dielectric strength, compatibility, toxicity, and environmental impact. Degreasers often...
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