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The dust build-up on the fan blades is incredible. I need something to clean them, like a small brush. Any suggestions?

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The inside part of the fan should be able to be taken out for cleaning. The best thing to use to clean the blades is compressed air, or if thats not an option then an old toothbrush should do the trick.

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