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Wet and Dry Vacuums in This Guide
What To Look For in a Wet and Dry Vacuum
The best wet and dry vacuum should have a motor of over 1,000W to generate enough mains power and suction for general use such as cleaning carpets, vacuuming up dust, spills, tough dirt or even rubble and unblocking drains. The wet and dry vacuum’s efficiency depends on hose diameter, whether the machine is bagged or bagless (bagless is obviously more convenient), and the type of filter. A suction hose length of over 2 metres and a long power cable will mean you don’t have to move the machine around too much.
Wet and dry capacity can vary quite a lot between machines – a wet capacity of 10 litres and a dry capacity of 15-30 litres is typical.
Other handy features include a blower function and an integrated socket for power tools, especially important if you are a regular power tool user and want to keep your workshop dust-free and protect your lungs from dust.
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