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  1. newtekie1

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    Don't smoke kids:
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    Nope.
     
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    Ton of highend components in there ruined by smokers :/
     
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    Good, I'd expect better from you;)
     
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    I used to smoke next to my computer but damn I never ever had that much crud in my system thanks a regular cleaning schedule it just makes me wonder how many fags an hour would that take to accomplish such a yuk state, kinda reminds me of some the jap import cars we used to get in at the car valets I used to work at we'd spray em with enviro green and stand back while all the tar would melt and run off :eek::fear:
     
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    Some people just don't deserve nice PCs :shadedshu
     
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    I've done that to one of my PC's, followed by 150 psi air compressor with blow nozzle. Nice breezy day out in the driveway ;)
     
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    No idea, it wasn't mine.
     
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    it takes around 6 months or less for it to get that dirty here. minus the cobwebs. spiders are small here.
     
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    Maybe this is the house that came from?

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    How have I not seen this before?

    Bumping to sub. Everyone's seen a bad case, I'm sure. I heard a rumor that dryer freshener cloths work well as a ghetto-mod fan filter. Confirm/deny?

    Also, I've heard of issues using an air compressor. Something about static buildup? Also, there's issues of the condensation being spit out the nozzle, so I was thinking about getting a water trap (like for paint sprayers). Anyone heard of this?
     
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    Dryer sheets will work, but are rather closed off and will impede air flow. I prefer women's stockings/Nylons, to use for ghetto fan filters.
     
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    Is that after you try them on Sneeky? :roll::roll::roll:

    Just kidding brother! Your right man, they work awesome.
     
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    The open cell foam that's included with mobos, GPUs, etc. works pretty well.
     
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    If it is thin enough, yes!

    @ stinger....Shhhhhhhh!
     
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    the only things i use stockings for is: my head, K&N air filters and wearing tonight!

    stockings work on motorbikes pretty good, especially in sand! so i think ya safe!
     
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    Man, you and I have been telling people that for years here and yet it seems we're still the only ones that use them, lol:roll:
     

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