Heads Up ! IF, you use "canned air" for any reason, and IF you fill the air around yourself with a flammable material.............,
.........................DON'T light a cigarette.
Reported on the internet from Arizona:
The owner sprayed "canned air" (like you use to clean a computer keyboard) in his truck to clean dust off the dash and overhead console. A few minutes later he rolled down his window, went to light a cigarette, and a flash explosion occurred inside the cab. The driver was alone in the truck and suffered first and second degree burns on his arms and spent four days in a burn center.
The particuilar can contained 1.1-difluoroethane, an extremely flammable aerosol propellant, as well as an asphyxiate if inhaled in large enough concentrations.
If or when you buy aerosol dust removers, look for the cans marked "non-flammable".
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