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    Might I suggest Novatech stock some more items in the way of cleaning tools?

    Maybe something along the lines of:
    http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/1141...iny-8-bar.html

    (obviously if you can get it a UK version as opposed to an EU one)

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dust-Off-180...4937863&sr=8-7

    etc...

    Cleaning essentials for all of us Technology lovers.

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    Canned Air it's often better to get it from an office suppliers. I have bought Canned air from Novatech but it's normally around £6-7 but from an office suppliers it's around £4

    http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/c...0dfg1052x.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pendragonuk View Post
    Canned Air it's often better to get it from an office suppliers. I have bought Canned air from Novatech but it's normally around £6-7 but from an office suppliers it's around £4

    http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/c...0dfg1052x.html
    And no where near as powerful, so rather ineffective for heatsinks or machines that have been gathering dust for several years and really ought to be stripped and cleaned in a bath. Also gets very expensive if you need to use it on a regular basis or have more than 1 machine.

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    I use a paint brush myself, gets into where you need it and costs a whole lot less, I think NT don't stock much of this due to no real demand because it's basically a marketing placebo, if there's no current going through a component then you are very unlikely to damage it unless you use a hard element on it.

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