uh-oh……better keep that among this group of nuts or…...
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I spray anti-static fluid on the tips of carbon free brushes (away from the electronic piece) and carefully brush the tips against the bottom and sides of my power amp. And the transformer, also.
Do the full outside perimeter too. Make sure the plug is not connected and allow a few minutes for drying time.
Use the liquid when applied to a clean cloth and treat rack, speaker cabinets, footers, cables, etc. I bought my brushes in an electronics store, and have been using them for years.
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I use quality car detailing microfiber cloths for my gear (Autogeek has nice ones). They actually trap the dust, while a brush simply kicks it up into the air only to fall back down on your gear. The same can be said for compressed air. This is the same reason you don't blow off a car before painting it. The dust will land right back down on top of the wet paint. I do like the brush idea for getting into places where you can't get a microfiber, but I have not yet found a place that those little fibers can't reach.