So I'm looking for a way to clean off the thin surface level layer of dust that's typically found on video cards/fans/drives/drive bays/PSU's etc. Y'know the kinda dust that doesn't come off with a blower/compressed air no matter how close up you blow. Was thinking about getting this: Link But one reviewer from else where said the bristles aren't protected against electrostatic charges, just the handles. *shrugs* Is this product fine or no? I'm not looking to disassemble to clean, I just want something I can use to do a quick wipe-down every 3 months with the PC unplugged and the PSU off. I'm ordering/using an ED500 DataVac to blow, but as I said, that's not gonna get rid of the surface layer of dust or anything that's caked on and It's ridiculously dusty where I live. So if I'm wanting to wipe down my equipment what should I use? I've seen some strange things on YouTube. People spraying WD40 on what appears to be some sort of towel and wiping down the internals or using microfiber cloths, which seems like a really bad idea to me. What about alcohol wipes? Like 70% Isopropyl Alcohol Wipes.