Ive been using canned air to clean dust from negatives, but recently it spat on one of them (I swear I didnt shake it). Whatever it spat evaporated quickly and left a nice mark. I like the convenience and force of canned air, but I dont like this side effect. Plus, canned air needs replenished; Id like something reusable and inexpensive. Ive been looking at something called a Giottos Rocket, and Ive read of people using it to more safely blow dust off of negatives. I cant imagine it blows with the same force as canned air though (does it?), but Im wondering if its enough to do the job just as effectively. Also, Ive been looking at an anti-static cloth from Ilford. It looks good for a quick, gentle wipe of the negative perhaps for more stubborn dust. Im wondering how effective one or both of these solutions would be in lieu of canned air. Or maybe someone has something else in mind. Thanks.