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[SOLVED] Static-Free Cloths for Cleaning Dust Out of a PC?

I would skip the cloth and go straight for compressed air.
I've cleaned lots of PCs and electronics and I find compressed air pretty much does everything you need.
The only thing to watch is.....don't get too close to the components (to the point where the pressure could damage them). I stay about 12-18" away depending on the strength of the air.

The reasons i would stay away from the cloth are that you could physically damage something and static is a possibility (although I think static gets blamed more than it should).
 
I would skip the cloth and go straight for compressed air.
I've cleaned lots of PCs and electronics and I find compressed air pretty much does everything you need.
The only thing to watch is.....don't get too close to the components (to the point where the pressure could damage them). I stay about 12-18" away depending on the strength of the air.

The reasons i would stay away from the cloth are that you could physically damage something and static is a possibility (although I think static gets blamed more than it should).
 

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