Some young people have discovered huffing
canned air products effectively turns them into an inexpensive, widely-available, and legally-obtainable recreational drug
. As with permanent markers
, some varieties of glue
and certain solvents
, compressed gas dusters are a member of the "inhalant
" category. As inferred above, this is extremely dangerous, and can result in brain damage
would probably suggest that you keep your cans of toxic air in a secure location, away from children. Your children would probably suggest that this is either unnecessary, or futile.
I know from personal experience that it is possible to deliberately release the propellant
by discharging a can upside-down. This propellant is notable because it is extremely cold
, and will form a kind of foamy, frost
-like residue on whatever it touches. You should probably only try this in a well-ventilated area, since I have no idea what that propellant is made of.