Last year, I think it was, I read about a filter material that has a low-tack glue on it that leaves no residue when removed.
You cut the material to whatever size/shape you need, stick it on, and when it gets dirty you peel it off, trash it and then replace it.
I should've immediately bookmarked it, but of course forgot to until it was too late.
Have any of you heard of this filter material and hopefully know where it can be bought?
I've already checked the local hardware stores. They admit it sounds familiar but don't know where it comes from.
This stuff would be perfect to add at all those little cracks and crevices on the inside of all our computer cases, tv's & stereo's and would really help out in overly dusty environments.
Like here, at the beach. The dust down here has been ground down by waves, wind and sun for millenia to a consistency finer than flour.
It's absolutely impossible to keep it out of any type of house, from storage sheds to top-floor condo's.
This flour-sand is just a fact of life here at the beach and also desert communities.
It's also highly abrasive and has all sorts of different electrical, static and even magnetic properties, depending on what the sand was formed from.
Down here, of course, it's mainly silicon. The same stuff as cpu's are made from, and very adhesive due to its dielectric properties.