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Re: screen light dimness

Oh I see where you are coming from. Well, compressed air is an effective idea. Like I said, I've done it before and it works for me.

 

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well, ive also used it before and it works but i just wanted to know if you think that there might be something else that can clean as effectively as compressed air but is not compressed air????????

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Thank you for the response. The two best solutions are using compressed air, or a vacuum with a brush. I'm not sure which one would be cheaper in your situation.

 

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Re: screen light dimness

vacuum with a brush, please explain.  

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You attach a brush to the vacuum. When the vacuum is on the brush will help pick up debris and the vacuum will suck it in. This is the methodology behind it.

 

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well, which one do you think is more effective and cost efficient???????????

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Compressed air is cheaper. However, if you own a vacuum and brush, I would try that first. No reason to purchase something if you can already do the job.

 

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well, i dont have any type of vacuum just to let you know...................................  rsvp. 

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Then you may want to purchase compressed air. It is the cheaper option that will get the job done.

 

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thats what i thought so.  it confirmed my suspicion. 

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