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Hand held vacuums for cleaning vehicles....what do you recommend?

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  1. Coiled03

    Coiled03 Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    Can't see shit!
     
  2. nxhappy

    nxhappy Vette Killer Established Member

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    CLN 6R Well-Known Member Established Member

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    I have one of the Milwaukee vacs and it works well.
     
  4. Coiled03

    Coiled03 Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    Nope, lol. Just copy/paste the picture, then past of the page.
     
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  5. nxhappy

    nxhappy Vette Killer Established Member

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    goddamn it lmao just goto amazon type "
    Vacmaster 6 Gallon, 3 Peak HP, Stainless Steel Wet/Dry Vacuum, VQ607SFD"
     
  6. Coiled03

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    $50? How's the stainless steel treat you?
     
  7. nxhappy

    nxhappy Vette Killer Established Member

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    I've had it years now. Works damn good. Hella good deal for 50 bux. The first vac I had blew up after 2 uses and I tossed it lol. I love that Vacmaster.
     
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    Blown 89 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Ridgid shop vac and a Tornador hooked up to the air compressor. That's the only way to go IMO.
     
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    Shop vac and a Bissel Spotclean for deep cleaning.
     
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    03cobra#694 Want to play a game? Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Shop vac also.
     
  11. roy_1031

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    I use this guy at work and it works great. Kinda noisy but works very well. And FYI, we all use Milwaukee tools at work in an industrial environment and they take a beating.




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    DaleM T$45GOATMAGAMen Established Member

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    My mini van has one built in bitches.

    OK Bozos, stop clowning around.
     
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    Funny as it is they are listening! I opened up my phone and had all these ads for vacuum cleaners! BAHAHA This one popped up and I think I'm actually gonna buy it.
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    Nooooo! Now they gotcha!


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    blk02edge Well-Known Member Established Member

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    I have this one, (I have milwaukee everything) and it sure is powerful but +1 on the noise... Its a bit too loud sometimes
     
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    I have used a 20V Black and Decker cordless for a couple of years and it does a pretty good job in the car, boat, and in general.

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    Same one I have. Works great, but yea, +1 on the noise. One of the few downfalls.
     
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  19. Coiled03

    Coiled03 Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    Think I'm gonna go with a shop vac. It'll be powerful enough to clean other things besides the car.
     
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    roy_1031 roy1031 Established Member

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    Do yourself a favor and get a ridgid vac from HD instead of a shop vac. My ridgid kicks some serious butt! Dad threw away his shop vac and switched to ridgids as well.


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