Cleaning is crucial to maintaining and lengthening the life of clients’ electronics. Dust in particular can cause many serious problems for computers and other electronics. Working fans are lg صيانة تلفزيونات ال جي to keep a computer cool, but if the vent or fan is covered in too much dust, it can’t work properly. This is where air cans filled with compressed air come in. These handy tools can be used for hands-free dusting and are an essential part of computer and electronics maintenance and repair.
Electronics contain delicate parts that require equally delicate cleaning products and techniques. Cleaning a laptop can be a challenge. Compressed air is a great cleaning solution as it can get in all the nooks and crannies to blow the dust out. It can also do so without a clumsy rag or brush.
When cleaning something like a camera using your hands to clean can be tricky because the natural oil and grime that accumulates on even the cleanest hands can ruin parts like the lens. A hands-off approach involving something as gentle yet strong as air is a great solution to this problem.
Computers andkeyboards in particular can benefit from compressed air. Even though we know users shouldn’t eat around their computers, we also know that it happens anyway. The cans come packaged with straw-shaped devices that attach to the bottle and allow you to precisely direct the air. With canned air, the keyboard disaster that stray piece of your client’s lunch caused can be fixed in no time.
Canned air not “air” at all
Air cans, canned air, air dusters and compressed air are three ways of referring to gas dusters. These products are cans that are filled with compressed air gasses that, when released, shoot out at high speeds. In other words, a more sophisticated and cleaner puff of air than the one you can make with your mouth. The cans are not filled with the air we breathe. Instead they’re made of gasses such as difluoroethane. While it’s not something you’d want to breathe directly, it’s perfect for cleaning dust, grime, dirt, food and more from laptops, DVDs, keyboards, PC computers and any other electronics that come across your desk.