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Unread 01-29-2009, 03:17 PM   #11
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Hints from Heleouis says you a hair dryer blower to clean silk flowers (I don't have any but I'll read anything), Could that work?
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Unread 01-30-2009, 11:24 PM   #12
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hmm, many of the new hair dryers have the ION stuff- I don't know if that would be OK or not..
but an old one should be ok ..
I would start with a low setting first to see how it goes..

with computer off and unplugged ...

A couple places I read that it's best to keep the fans from spinning when you blow air inside the case.
I didn't know that and mine were going like crazy...

If your computer is real dusty unplug everything and take it outside.. on a dry day .. I should have done this too, I made a big dust cloud in the room...
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I thought she was stretching the pantyhose over the computer to cover it and keep the dust out???
now I'm confuzzled

I'll admit to using our shop vac with the hose on the blower side and blowing out the insides and keyboard of my computer ..
but I kept it pretty far away from the case cause it blows pretty strongly.

Dust sure went flying everywhere..
then I switched to the vac side and caught most of it while floating in the air...I hope anyway...
Me Too! Some how we went to vaccums which is OK. Vaccums have issues as well.
Now I have a lot of ideas and I will proceed with caution.
When my son was three, he wanted to help me vaccum. The attachnent was on so I left it,
as he wasn't big enough to push the entire vacuum around. I went in the kitchen for no longer than 3 or 4 minutes. When I returned, I got a big surprise. He was sucking out all the water in the toilet bowl.
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