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Dusty Transformers

Discussion in 'Transformers Collection Showcase' started by Midnight, Apr 20, 2009.

  1. Midnight

    Midnight Nerdicon

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    How do you keep the dust off of your Tfs?

    After about a day or two they always get so dusty up on my shelves.
    I almost passed out once blowing the dust off all of the displayed ones in my room.
     
  2. Dokter

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    Maybe you don't a good air flow in your house... or something... I've an air exchanger i needed that for my allergies... it help a lot to filter the air...

    All my TF's are kept behind glass doors... I clean the little dust on the shelves once a years...

    All my other toys that are not in my glassed shelve don't get that much dust... I clean then once a month.. and there's almost nothing on them...
     
  3. frilly toothpick

    frilly toothpick Decepticrumb

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    yeah, the best way to keep dust off of them is to buy a display with glass doors.
     
  4. MegaCepticon

    MegaCepticon Well-Known Member

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    If there is still dust on your tformers, try purchasing a can of air (they're called different things), meaning the stuff that you use to blow off dust from your computers motherboard. You can find it at office supply stores. I use it once in a while to dust my display.