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Tim Carter, of http://AsktheBuilder.com, demonstrates the difference between a traditional wet dry vacuum and a newer high ...
tech wet dry vacuum.
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Just about every body that I know has a wet dry vacuum cleaner. They are pretty common tools to have around the house. You know what they can do. They can suck up water if there has been a flood. You can drag them outside and clean out the inside of your car. They are handy for a rough construction project if you want to pick up a lot of sand or dozen things.
You know things that you do not want to get into your regular expensive vacuum cleaner but you know what, I also bet one or two be out there always wants to have them, best tool in the neighborhood.
Guess what? This is it. The maserati of wet dry VACs. Here is a traditional wet dry VACs. It has got an on and an off switch. This one has got a four position switch. It has got a standard on switch. It also has another on switch where it powers a receptacle that is hooked to another tool that might be creating dust. So, both things come on at the same time and this particular vacuum has a third switch where you turn it down and a self-cleaning mechanism for the filters.
That is pretty incredible. You use less time ahead when you are pulling it around the yard and your hose comes off. I mean that is annoying as can be not with the maserati. This one has a locking hose. It has got a special groove and you can pull the vacuum around all you want and the hose will not attach from the vacuum cleaner.
As you might expect, this vacuum cleaner comes at all the gizmo and gadgets and cleaning tools that you need to get all the different jobs done. You know, for example, a crevice tool and different ones where you can squeegee a flooring, get all the water up and it has got every thing you need. It is that simple.
And you know what, they have told me you can clean up in the TV business.
I am Tim Carter, ask the builder.
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