If you’re like us and eat at your desk, you’ve got crumbs between your keycaps. The KeebMonkey Air Duster is a high-power blower designed for cleaning keyboards. Its long nozzle and brush tips get between keys, and blast debris away in seconds. It’s 6000 mAh battery provides up to 30 minutes of cleaning per charge.
Geek out as a team of scientists remove the old coating and apply a new one to the mirror from the Air Force Research Lab’s huge Advanced Electro-Optical System telescope. The process must be performed from time to time to ensure the telescope remains functional in its job of tracking low-earth satellites and ballistic missiles.
When there’s caked-on dirt and grime on the underside of a car, it can be difficult to get it all off. I Am Detailing shows off an awesome cleaning technology that blasts surfaces with dry ice pellets to remove dirt instantly without the abrasiveness of other cleaning methods. Their subject: a gorgeous green 1971 Porsche 911T.
The guys from car care company AMMO NYC heard about a 1991 Volvo 240 wagon that’s been sitting in the woods since 2007. Its exterior was covered in a thick coating of lichen and mud, and its interior was a smelly, rodent-infested disaster. With the help of Rebuild Rescue, can they bring the car back to its former glory?
We’ve seen how powerful lasers can be used to remove dirt and grime from surfaces. Flare Fabrication shows us how a tightly-focused laser can clean years of tarnish off of copper penny, and programmed the beam to perform the task with style. Watch the laser clean and embellish a dime here.
Designed for cleaning up firing ranges and paintball fields, the Ammo-Up makes quick work of spent shell casing and paintball pellets. The machine rolls along and snatches up ammo with “fingers” and deposits them into a bin for easy disposal or recycling. They also make a compact model which you poke at the ground.
You might think that a flood-damaged car would be bound for the scrapyard, but the guys from WD Detailing did an amazing job removing layers of caked-on mud and grime from this Pontiac Firebird WS6. It was originally going to be sold for parts, but it’s actually running again after the cleanup. Original video here.
Say goodbye to canned air with Nitecore’s portable blower. This bag-friendly gadget has a 26,000 RPM motor to blast air at 43.5 mph. It’s perfect for cleaning lenses and the insides of interchangeable lens cameras, as well as keyboards and other places that trap dust and debris. The kit includes lens and body cleaning brushes.
Turn your power drill into a powerful and fast cleaning tool with this set of useful accessories. The set includes two each of a 4″ nylon round brush, 3.5″ nylon ball brush, 4″ non-scratch scrubber, and a 4″ non-scratch sponge. Save 37% in The Awesomer Shop. (Drill not included)
There are chemical-based solutions out there for freshening and reducing odors from clothes, but Bosch’s new gadget does things differently. The FreshUp uses plasma technology to blast away odor particles. Simply wave the device over clothes, pillowcases, or other fabrics to eliminate odors in seconds.
After performing a restoration miracle on Luke Skywalker’s X-Wing Fighter, Rescue & Restore is back to clean up another classic Star Wars toy. This time, they removed the dirt and grime from a water-damaged Millennium Falcon, gave it the full Retrobright treatment, and made it look as good as new, decals and all.
Keep your phones and other small items free of germs without using chemicals or wipes. Simply place your device inside the intelliARMOR UVSHIELD+, and let its dual UV lights get to work sanitizing. It holds items up to 8″ x 4.25″ x 1″, and disinfects in just 3 minutes. Save 28% in The Awesomer Shop.
No matter how much of a neat freak you are, toothbrushes and their caddies collect germs. The Lumio toothbrush aims to end that by retracting its head into a ultraviolet cleaning compartment between uses, killing 99.9% of germs. Plus, it cleans teeth with ultrasonic power, and takes interchangeable DuPont brush heads.
This robotic gadget uses an array of sensors to drive itself across various household surfaces, exposing them to powerful UV-C light, which can destroy up to 99.99% of bacteria and other germs, while ultrasonic waves can get rid of mites. It can even drive across your bed or under sheets. Save 26% in The Awesomer Shop.
This water-powered, high torque cleaning brush scrubs tough to reach spots like inside of car wheels, bike frames, and even inside of exhaust pipes. This deluxe set includes a tapered brush head, and 0.1mm and 0.25mm soft bristle brushes.
Keep your clothes and other personal items clean when you travel with this compact ultrasonic cleaner. Simply place your items in a sinkful of water and soap, turn on the Sonic Soak, and 50,000 vibrations per second will shake loose dirt and grime from textiles, jewelry, or even fruit and veggies. Save 45% in The Awesomer Shop.
Developed by a sneaker store owner, Scuffed Up is an affordable shoe cleaner that has been pre-treated with a cleaning solution. All you need is a bit of water and the Scuffed Up to clean your shoes. It has a rough side for heavy dirt and a soft side for mild dirt.
Kids love to leave their toys lying all over the floor, and while most of them are innocuous enough, LEGO bricks can be downright painful under foot. The Brick Wall has come up with a solution – a LEGO Technic machine that sweeps up the pieces – at least on hard floors.
Most of the tunnels we’ve driven through are filthy, layered with exhaust from vehicles driving through. But in Switzerland, Colas Suisse keeps the tunnels spotless with this amazing contraption, which uses an array of spinning brushes to scrub off grime as it drives along.