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Topic # 29523 10-Jan-2009 14:43
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After spending at least 3 hours on yet another customers pc giving it a physical clean due to it being covered in dust I'm beginning to wonder how many other people's computers are in this state...
Then I begun to wonder if I could profit off the fact that others are too lazy to clean their own computer.
Just wondering, would a computer cleaning service be used much?







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  Reply # 188571 10-Jan-2009 14:50
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  Reply # 188572 10-Jan-2009 14:54
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Not exactly what I asked... also no pricing...I am more interested in if people use things like that much?







 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 188574 10-Jan-2009 14:55
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I was just showing you that there are already people offering cleaning services.

Contact them for pricing.

I clean every computer inside that comes into our workshop as most of them are full of dust.  CPU heatsinks clogged up etc.




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  Reply # 188590 10-Jan-2009 15:48
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3 Hours? Did you cut and polish it? Same as above, always clean out clients pcs when they come through the workshop. About a 5 minuet job with a compressor with water trap/ can of super multi.

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