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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

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
  


 

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