this may be a weird question but................

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  1. Jason-Pro

    Jason-Pro Stunt Coordinator

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    What does everybody use to dust off there stuff ??
    ive just been looking latley and no dusters work for me. and i cant find one thats skinny and long to go under the receiver and dvd player etc.
    also what do you suggest for cleaning TVs with ?
    this may be a weird question but just wondering what all you pros use as for im trying to be a pro ! [​IMG]
     
  2. Eduardo

    Eduardo Agent

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    My equipment is currently sitting inside an armories and it is difficult dust. I currently using cut down yard stick and one of those static dust wipes. I wrap one end with the wipe and I can fit it between the components and the shelving above and below. It also reaches all the way to the back.
     
  3. ChrisMatson

    ChrisMatson Cinematographer

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    Components need space to breathe. This allows dust to cover your equipment. What to do? I clean the outside of my components about every two weeks with a just-damp sponge. My DIY Flexi rack gets a wipe-down with Pledge. The TV is wiped with an old t-shirt dampened with sterile water. Some people use the compressed air cans, but it seems like they just move dust around.
     
  4. chella

    chella Stunt Coordinator

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    The A/V rack and out side stuff - static duster
    Equipments - 3M micro fiber cloth
    TV - paper towel with little amount of mild glass cleaner
     
  5. shane_watson

    shane_watson Stunt Coordinator

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    if you can find those swiffer like gloves they work awesome i couldnt survive without them basicly if you can fit a hand in the crack it can be dusted easily i give em 4 stars!
     
  6. Jason-Pro

    Jason-Pro Stunt Coordinator

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    k cool
     
  7. dave_brogli

    dave_brogli Screenwriter

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    I use windex wipes for my a/v equipment there not to wet and they do awesome! if you have wood they make pledge wipes to! allot easier to clean with than a towel!
    On my Tv i use electronics... end dust. It works like a charm! better than glass cleaner
     

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