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Old 02-18-2007, 05:11 PM   #21
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lol, i know how that is... my golden retriever never seems to stop shedding...
mine was quite bad , it was like the first time in 8-10 months i had un dusted m just kept putting it off and forgetting
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I use an air compressor set around 100 PSI to clean out my computer.

They work VERY well, ya just gotta watch out you never have water in your air line.
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haha yea, that would be bad... i usually just use my shopvac, sucks it all out, i also suck the fans too to get all the dust off the fans, makes it quieter, and runs better, plus with vacuming i have major allergies luckily not towards dogs, cause i hate cats... but anyway with the shopvac, it gets everything and doesnt blow dust into the air
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