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Refillable Canned Air Hack!

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Published on Mar 25, 2013

Canned air, a marvelous invention. The problem is that it doesn't last long and it isn't the cheapest thing out there. Let's solve that problem with a little hack. To pull this project off we're going to need a valve from an old bike tire, an air pump, and some super strong bonding agent.

Safety Note: Now before going any further, I made sure my can of air here, was completely empty and safe to use in this project. Once that is out of the way, we're ready to dive in.

A small hole is placed into the side of the can and a valve is added and then sealed. After it dries you can slowly air air into the can. You can look up MSDS sheets for the can you are using to find out exactly how much PSI it can handle. Just google the product name and add MSDS to the end. In my case it was about 76 PSI but I still kept the pressure far below this rating to stay extra safe.

Once air is added you will be able to pull off a nice long blast of air for all your cleaning needs. .
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