You likely bought your air compressor to go with some car maintenance tools or help you fill your bike tires every week. However, your compressor is a veritable multi-tool that can add some assistance to your daily routine or add a little fun to your weekends. Remember, you should always consult your owner's manual and product specifications before using an air compressor outside of its intended purpose. If your owner's manual allows it, try some of these useful or fun ideas with your air compressor.
You probably already know that you can fill your car tires with your air compressor; in fact, that may be the primary reason you bought the compressor. However, you can also use your compressor to assist you in some other tasks. Air compressors are a great tool for cleaning up your work space. They provide more power and speed than a broom and can clear your floor of sawdust or debris in no time. You can also use your compressor to blow off surfaces in order to ensure that you have a completely clean surface on which to do delicate work.
Your air compressor can also be used in situations where you need a little extra power to remove a tight-fitting object, such as a bicycle handlebar grip. You can just insert the air compressor inside and use it to help pop the grip off. Likewise, the compressor can help loosen other snug coverings or objects without a lot of elbow grease out of you.