Dust extraction for working in the shed

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  • Dust extraction for working in the shed
  • Premier Icon rossburton
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    I bought the cheapest wet/dry vacmaster, works a treat. Comes with a reducer for various sizes of inlet, you can hook the tool up to the vacuum so it turns on when you use the tool, and when you’re not using it as dust extraction it also is a normal wet/dry vacuum and has a blow mode too.

    pandhandj
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    Do you have a link Ross?

    Premier Icon maccruiskeen
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    You have a PM 😀 ….it can’t be that bad can it!?

    replied – I never liked you much anyway 🙂

    Premier Icon catfishsalesco
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    Keep an eye on Gumtree / Facebake marketplace, I got a Makita Class M vacuum with some crazy RRP for about 200£ off a tradesman who was replacing his 240v stuff with 110 for site work.. works great with the chop saw, sander, rail saw… Of course, I did have the akward conversation with the other 1/2, along the lines of you spent how much on a teal coloured vacuum cleaner.. But she was happy enough the reduction of dust when doing 12 door frames!

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