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      09-15-2019, 08:47 AM   #23
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I have a quite a few vacuums around the house, and I actually all of them. I don't think I could have just one vacuum that does everything:
- Ridgid shop vac for vacuuming cars, and other "dirty" work
- Ridgid shop vac for blow drying the car (use a concentrater for this, works great)
- Black & Decker Dustbuster (thing is amazing, and bulletproof)
- Dyson DC14
- Dyson V6 Animal
Agree, and have a similar list.

- Rigid Shop Vac/Blower (for vehicles, garage duty, other duties that the household vac shouldn’t be used on)
- Dyson SV10 Animal (Hand-held, battery powered)
- Roomba 960 w/WiFi (downstairs duty)
- Kirby Sentria (bedrooms and upstairs duty)

The Rigid Shop Vac/Blower and Dyson both work well for the vehicles, with the proper attachments.
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Which one can get into all the tight crevices between seats/consoles in the car etc the best?
Ridgid with a flexible hose, adapter and then connecting the crevice tools.
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Which one can get into all the tight crevices between seats/consoles in the car etc the best?
Ridgid with a flexible hose, adapter and then connecting the crevice tools.
Going to look into the Ridgid guys, thanks for all your input.

In the mean time I will get a handheld Dirt Devil for the house as I can't defer that decision much longer and I'm resigned to the fact that I'll end up with multiple vacuum cleaners.
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I have a rechargeable Black & Decker I've owned for several years. It has removable and washable filters. That thing is amazing! Powerful enough for sucking up all debris from my cars Mats and home carpet. But small and nimble enough for my 11yr old to use. I believe it was only $40. I would easily buy another!
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