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  • Buying an Shop Vac!?

    I have to buy a vacuum cleaner for my garage because my old one is broken. It should not cost too much, because actually no vacuum cleaner was additionally planned. I think 200$ would be ok.
    Do you have some ideas for me?

  • #2
    We have a Craftsman wet/dry vacuum (you can find more information here for our balcony and the garage. It's quite impressive how much more power and flexibility you get with such a device. Especially after the winter, the cleaning of the terrace is hardly possible but with this cleaner, it goes easy, therefore, it makes sense to purchase a wet/dry vacuum cleaner. Above all, you can also pre-clean with water and then simply soak up the remaining dirt. That's pretty handy
    Sure, they cost a bit more than regular vacuum cleaners, but for us, the investment was definitely worth it.
    Whether you are a contractor or an amateur woodworker, you can easily use one of the best shop vacs from our reviews to clean up all kinds of messes.
    Last edited by morris1; 20-08-2018, 01:54 AM.


    • #3
      Try some of the bunnings ones. They are cheap and can take them back if they break down. Quality is ok but nothing special.


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      • #4
        ^ Definitely try bunnings as they always have something within the budget. Definitely agree that quality can be an issue sometimes however.