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Can i use a brush to clean my pc?

Can I use a paintbrush to clean my pc?

Do I have to use a certain material on the brush to clean my computer? Or is it fine?
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  1. Best answer
    As long as it's powered down(and disconnected from power), then that's fine.
    Reply to toshibitsu
  2. Yeah, just don't use a brush with paint on it.
    Reply to feelinfroggy777
  3. Not sure how well a paint brush will clean it. I typically recommend an air compressor or can of air. Never a vacuum though as it creates static electricity.
    Reply to Hardware Brad
  4. toshibitsu said:
    As long as it's powered down(and disconnected from power), then that's fine.


    I'm going to ground myself just in case.
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  5. oggyphillips said:
    toshibitsu said:
    As long as it's powered down(and disconnected from power), then that's fine.


    I'm going to ground myself just in case.


    Don't do it on carpet and take your shoes and socks off to limit static.
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  6. feelinfroggy777 said:
    oggyphillips said:
    toshibitsu said:
    As long as it's powered down(and disconnected from power), then that's fine.


    I'm going to ground myself just in case.


    Don't do it on carpet and take your shoes and socks off to limit static.


    Yeah I am on a wooden floor.

    btw, would a toothbrush be ok aswell? I think it should be ok if the paintbrush is.
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  7. An unused toothbrush will be fine, but as stated earlier, canned air is your best option and it is a couple of bucks for a can.
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