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Fellowes HFC Free Invertible Air Duster Spray for Printers, Keyboards and Other Electrical Equipment 200ml

CCL Code: ACC0643
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Manufacturer Code: 9974804
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Manufacturer: Fellowes
Fellowes HFC Free Invertible Air Duster Spray for Printers, Keyboards and Other Electrical Equipment 200ml

Key Features:

  • HFC Free and Ozone Friendly

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Fellowes HFC Free Invertible Air Duster Spray for Printers, Keyboards and Other Electrical Equipment - 520ml Can/200ml Fill.

Main Features

  • Ideal for use on printers, keyboards and other electrical equipment
  • Can be used in multi-angle positions
  • HFC Free and Ozone Friendly

Physical

Form Factor Cleaning Spray
Width 6.5 cm
Depth 6.5 cm
Height 18.5 cm
Pack Quantity 1
Total 1 Piece(s)

Identifiers

Spicers Number 117346

Warranty

Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer Fellowes
Manufacturer Code 9974804
UPC 043859499175
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Fellowes
Manufacturer Code 9974804

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Q: Hello, Does this come with a thing where the air comes out of or do we have to buy that seperatly
Answer by Website User on 3rd April 2018
This does come with the nozzle to attach to it. - Matthewt
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Q: would this be safe to use to do things such as clean the inside on a pc? like get dust of the cpu, ram, fans etc?
Answer by Matthew on 23rd August 2014
Yes, it can be used for cleaning the internals of a PC just fine. -MR
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Q: Would you recommend this for cleaning the components of a PC?
Answer by Website User on 18th August 2014
We would, yes. -Danlevan
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