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I just use a 9 oz co2 tank that I get filled every time I go paintballing. 800 PSI down a 3/16ths hose works just dandy.
    
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I might have to order that. But right now I think I have three 6-Packs of Dust Off (18 cans) sitting in my basement. My parents shop at Costco..... a lot......
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I am interested in this but kind of confused how it works. Do you just plug it in? or do you connect it to your normal everyday use vacuum?
plug it in to a wall socket - click it on and watch it go WOOOOOSH!!!
    
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very nice
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Was on the hunt for something like this for quite some time. Just ordered one to take care of the tons of dust in my room in an effort to keep my electronics clean. Will post when it gets here and I start dust busting. +Rep

joshconsulting, would you recommend any additional attachments or are the standard ones ok?
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this is the most reasonable answer to this threads compressed air topic.

****why would you noobs bump this old thread?

*oops sorry guys. i reread what this glorious device actually achieves. I am purchasing 10 quantities! I hope they create these in the color dark brown.
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this is the most reasonable answer to this threads compressed air topic.

****why would you noobs bump this old thread?
*sigh*

Actually this is a thread worth reviving as I didn't know about it. I'm not on here on a constant basis so I do miss some informative, helpful threads.

Anyways, I actually plan on purchasing a Metro Vac now. Canned air does get too expensive over time.
post #118 of 242
I built my own compressor. Put a ball valve on a coke bottle, inserted another valve, from a bicycle tire into the other end and taped a plastic straw to the ball valve. All I need to do is pump the bottle full of air with a bicycle pump and quickly release the pressure via the ball valve. There's so much pressure inside that I once shot screws through plywood with it. But there is a downside, plenty of moisture condensates inside the bottle so cleaned components may require some drying.
    
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This sounds great and I'm going to order one up.

Wonder if it blows out any moisture or condensation like you would get out of an air compressor?
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why not just use your air compressor
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