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Old 09-19-02, 03:48 PM
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Dust proof

is there anything u can spray on your A/V equipment
so that they don't attract so much dust?
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Old 09-23-02, 07:01 AM
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No and I am not sure I would try it.

Get a static cloth or a micro fiber cloth and clean regularly.
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Old 09-23-02, 10:38 AM
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I have to agree that anything you would spray onto your equipment (with the exception of compressed air for dust removal) would probably be a BAD idea. I got a few pretty small (and quiet) computer case fans myself which I placed around my AV set up (reciever, DVD player, Digital Cable, etc.) which blows air over the equipment. I have them set up for cooling and to keep the air circulating so that it is more difficult for dust to just pile up in between cleanings. You could be less lazy then me, and clean more often, OR you could try a few fans and see how you like that idea.
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Old 09-23-02, 10:45 AM
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Endust does make a spray for electrical equipment. They say you can use it on any TV, VCR, etc. I have personally never used it on any electrically equipment, but someone must have atleast tried it here?
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Old 09-23-02, 11:09 AM
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Originally posted by joshd2012
Endust does make a spray for electrical equipment. They say you can use it on any TV, VCR, etc. I have personally never used it on any electrically equipment, but someone must have atleast tried it here?
I've used that stuff on the back of my tv, the top of my dvd player and replaytv, etc. - basically places that don't have open vents. It does work and it doesn't seem like it hurt, but I wouldn't spray it onto my tv screen or the on the top of my receiver where it could get inside. I also only used a very little bit and sprayed on to a soft cloth rather than directly on the equipment.

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