Vacuum Hardwood Floors - Mezzanine Floor Costs.
I bought this shop-vac to replace the Rigid toolbox shop vac I've had in my office so far. My machine bench is in here, and I do mini mill and mini lathe work, lately including getting into small wood turnings. I wanted something that could really rapidly clean the place up, as well as help keep everything clean by pulling away flying chips at the source. This is bigger, and will take much more time to fill up, and it's far more powerful, with a bigger hose, and pretty insane suction. It's also specifically designed to be quiet. While it's not whisper quiet, it is impressively quiet for how powerful it is. It blows an absurd amount of air out of its back port, and when I got to the kitchen, it blew a bunch of receipts and paperwork from the counters up to the cabinets, then swirled them around the room in a little cyclone. POWERFUL! I'll have to diffuse it a little bit, I think. I celebrated its arrival by rolling it all around, vacuuming most of my house's hardwood floors, and even some cobwebs from roof corners. It sucked, big time, which means it's awesome.Sweeping Needles
Today was the end of the line for our Christmas tree. It was brittle, completely dry, and seemed to weigh nothing -- in fact, it was so light, and it's so windy out, that as soon as we left it at the curb, it started blowing away down the street. Also, here's my first find for Scavenger Hunt 101: #35 -- your vacuum or broom. --Schn.
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