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dustoff

(ˈdʌstɒf)
n
(Military) military
a. a casualty evacuation helicopter
b. (as modifier): a dustoff mission.
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Gurnee, Ill.-based Weiman Products, which markets stainless steel, glass and granite cleaning products, among other specialty cleaning offerings, saw a 16 percent dollar sales gain over the period, and Falcon Safety Products, which markets the Dust-Off brand of electronics monitor-cleaning products, also experienced a 16 percent spike in dollar sales.
According to Rappaport, consumers are discovering multiple uses for Dust-Off products.
The company is working with retailers to keep its Dust-Off products together in the cleaning aisle rather than merchandised in the stationery or electronics sections.
* Dust-Off Revamps Products To Target 'DIY' Marketplace
Dust-Off introduces additional packaging for its line of screen cleaners and compressed gas dusters specifically targeted to the household cleaning and DIY product markets.
The unions Call also conduct air-for-line clean-out and part dust-off procedures.
Dust-Off (hence the term "dusting") and other brands of computer keyboard cleaning products are sold in pressurized cans for about $5 and contain freon propellant/refrigerants, usually difluoroethane or tetrafluoroethane.
Even after a single use, the toxins contained in products such as Dust-Off have been associated with death.
Not with dust-off pitches or headbutts, but with sheer speed, strength, and aggressiveness.
* Dust-Off, Falcon Safety Product's line of high-end screen cleaners, has signed former NFL football star Carl Banks as the brand ambassador.
"We are thrilled to bring in Carl Banks as the new brand ambassador for the Dust-Off screen cleaners," said Phil Lapin, president/CEO, Falcon Safety Products, manufacturer of Dust-Off.