Here in Cali you get carded if you want to buy canned air. Seems some dimwits somewhere use it to get high?
Reason No. 7 why I don’t have a cat.
I clean mine with the vacuum cleaner brush attachment. Works great.
I had used those cans of compressed air to clean my camera parts, and lenses for years, but after one-too-many fights with the geniuses hired by TSA at the airports, I gave up.
I do keep one in the house for cleaning the keyboards on the computers.
I have a non-shedding dog. I’m Al “No Sheds” Johnson.
Our cats never sit on the keyboards. . .they do, however, take up residence in the chair the minute we get up. . .
If you haven’t tried it yet, if you pick up your keyboard and hold it way over your head, upside down, and tilt your head back, the keys form a dirty message.
I think I’ll stick to taking my keyboard outside and using my air compressor to clean the keyboard. It works better. It doesn’t dirty up the house and I don’t have to pay extra for those stupid cans of air. Yes I do use a moisture trap on mine because I don’t want to damage any of my air tools or my keyboard either.
Personally, I would hate to spray any chemicals on a keyboard.
That’s just me.
I recommend using nature’s method for getting cat hair out of the keyboard: let the cat lick it.
True Dat !