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mini sand blaster

for cleaning cups plates tables and kitchen surfaces
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hand held battery powered mini sandblaster.
pashute, Mar 30 2021

https://www.microma...i-Sandblast-Gun-Set [a1, Mar 30 2021]

Dry-ice blasting https://en.m.wikipe...ki/Dry-ice_blasting
[xaviergisz, Mar 30 2021]

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       If it works, you'll erode your surfaces. Then, you'll have sand all over the place. If you attached the sand to a surface, you wouldn't need to vacuum your whole kitchen after every meal. I believe fixed abrasive kitchen products are available.
bs0u0155, Mar 30 2021
  

       Will it remove the coffee stains from my teeth?
whatrock, Mar 30 2021
  

       You can cut a small hole in the exit hose of one of those air-in-a-can keyboard cleaners and then punch it through the neck of a small plastic bottle and seal at either end. Fill the bottle with sand and hold it upright while depressing the trigger.   

       Voila, mini sand blaster.   

       Mini sand = dust
pocmloc, Mar 30 2021
  

       What [a1] said (er, linked).
Although having it battery powered (or built onto a hand- held compressed air can) instead of needing a compressor is a good modification.
neutrinos_shadow, Mar 30 2021
  

       I don’t think a battery power compressor will do. Canned air seems the way to go. This might be good for art projects, but for cleaning pans? Move to Rigel XII and hang them outside.
a1, Mar 31 2021
  
      
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