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Posted 22 May 2005 - 11:06 AM
thats really weird because its compressed air.
Its not really that weird Ramfan22890 , as you said it is compressed air, but when air is compressed it turns to a liquid (which is very cold, a good example of this is Liquid Nitrogen lovely stuff) and when the can is used the liquid evaporates and turns back into a gas (air) and if the can is turned upside down then the liquid is forced out quicker which means that Supapinoy87's "buddy" had the "liquid air" make contact with his/her skin, and basically the "liquid air" froze the skin and created frost-bite(freezer burn) as mentioned before by Totalgorepresident.
I had a can of compressed air but I somehow broke the nozzle button thingy off (I think I knocked the can off my desk) and trust me, if you break the nozzle thingy off, its isn't a good idea to try and use it again
Posted 22 May 2005 - 06:05 PM
lol my keyboard has dog hair and dust
I don't use keyboard cleaner because my keys never seem to get dirty. They have dust in between them, but that doesn't bother me since it doesn't cause any problems.
so i need one
but its also fun to play wit them by turning them upside down
and freezing things
Posted 05 June 2005 - 07:46 PM
Posted 06 June 2005 - 02:16 PM
If you have dust around the keys and you don't happen to have a can of dangerous compressed air, try a toothpick. You can get a lot of crud out with one of those pointy sticks. Warning: a sharp toothpick can put your eye out!
Shaking the keyboard yields all sorts of crumbs, hair, nail clippings and other treasures.
Still, we need to keep our keyboards ready to input.
My "E" key looks warn. Wonder if I use that key more than the others?
Posted 22 August 2010 - 11:00 PM
The cans definitely are a risk if you put them into stupid hands. The store brand cleaners generally contain a chemical called Difluoroethane and it is not as intense as the liquid Nitrogen, but it can still freeze you. Beware. Lol-reply by jessdell314
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