You should never direct the compressed air at your skin or that of another person. This applies even when you are operating at low pressure because you can cause injury. It might be tempting to use the air compressor for other things other than the intended one but you should never do it. This means that cleaning dirt from an area of your skin is not allowed. When you are using the CompAir compressor to clean at home you should know the maximum pressure that should not be exceeded for safety purposes. It is highly recommended that you put on goggles and appropriate protective gear on your face especially when cleaning. This will protect your eyes from any kind of damage. You might also require hear protection especially because the compressor can be noisy during operation. In addition to that, you might want to consider fitting mufflers in the air conditioner to reduce the noise levels.
Always make sure that you treat the pressurized hoses with care. You should never uncouple or couple a hose that is under pressure. Ensure that all the valves are switched off and that you bleed down the air pressure before attempting any connection of the hoses. The correct clamps and fittings should be used on the air hoses. If you use the wrong fittings, it might turn out to be disastrous. You should inspect the hoses every time you want to use them. They should also be stored in locations that are away from heat and direct sunlight. You can store the hoses on a reel to minimize the damages. When operating the CompAir compressor ensure that you have tightly held the spout from which the compressed air is coming out. This is because the hose can whip around if it is dropped and harm somebody. You should also open the valve carefully every time because there might be particles in the hose that can hurt you.