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Matt Moreau

Dn Bloxygen Alternative?

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Hey Guys,

Just wondering if anyone has tried using the compressed air you buy to dust off computer parts. I just read that some woodworkers use it and it works for them on oils and varnishes. It doesnt contain Oxygen but I dont know if the gasses it does contain are heavier than air like Argon. I also know that it is not inert so it could react to the DN.

Thoughts?

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AKA LKN4DDB

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I assume the duster cans are compressed CO2 but who knows? All they promise is an "air stream'. If woodworkers say it works with solvent finishes, it might work with DN as well. The problem is that using something else is an experiment that will take 3-4 months to yield any results pro or con. If it's con, it will be too late to save your DN. Let us know how it turns out!

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I assume the duster cans are compressed CO2 but who knows? All they promise is an "air stream'. If woodworkers say it works with solvent finishes, it might work with DN as well. The problem is that using something else is an experiment that will take 3-4 months to yield any results pro or con. If it's con, it will be too late to save your DN. Let us know how it turns out!

Ya Im not really the betting type Bob. hehe.... Think I will stick with Bloxygen untill I hear it works with DN.

If anyone has tried or experimented with anything else please let us know the results!

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