The stuff in the can probably isn't "air" so read the label for safety.
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The accelerant is essentially a refrigerant. You don’t want that on your records. I use canned air to blow water off one of my RCM surfaces (not the platter but the plinth), but for records, I use a manual "puffer" - it’s the large size Giottos Rocket Blaster. About 12 bucks American on Amazon. Once you get it, and play with it a little, you will develop a technique to use it- I tilt the record almost vertical in one hand, and use the ’puffer’ and gravity helps.
In other instances, I just puff the lint or surface detritus to the edge and blast it off. I prefer it to using brushes. This is of course after the record has been thoroughly cleaned using appropriate RCM/US methods, etc. and is not a substitute for deep cleaning. Also I find that a lot of inner sleeves seem to attract and leave lint on the record, even though there is no evident static charge. I’ve started using MA Records inners in the past year- and far less kaka on the records.