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Old 11-05-2015, 01:08 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Msmoto View Post
OK, I know this is not a vac, but, the small hand vac Black & Decker CHV1408 DustBuster 14.4V is mounted on the right side of the table frame, plugged into the power block which itself is mounted on the top edge of the remounted subwoofer (up on its wide side) underneath the dinette bench, so the power to the Espresso maker, coffee grinder, and vac can be turned off when not needed.

I use the vac for various dirt, dust, but primarily to clean up the coffee grounds, know to those who make espresso.... It does a very nice job, can get under the areas I cannot easily sweep. Most often I use a broom, mounted on the bathroom wall.

Espresso table by Tommie Lauer, on Flickr
Too complicated, Tommie <smile>

I like to boondock, so I have a nice burr-type hand grinder and a Benjamin & Medlin stove-top cappuccino maker. I can make you a dynamite latte in the middle of the Sonora Desert without the need for any electricity.

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Old 11-28-2015, 09:27 PM   #16
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makita cordless vacuum is the best setup. same battery to operate impact tool for stabilizer jacks and drill.
vacuum works great

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Old 02-14-2017, 10:26 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by Wishing View Post
Recently bought the Dyson V6 Absolute (used to use a small Black and Decker in the trailer) and it is amazing! Took it with us on a trip to Destin, FL, and sand in the trailer was no longer an issue. The fluffy head is great on the vinyl floors and picks up everything. When not in use, I placed it in one of the gaps between our bed and the nightstand, so it was never in the way. I loved being able to just easily vacuum at any moment, without having to bend down to push a small hand vac close to the ground.

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+1 on the dyson... wife loves it, best vacuum we've ever owned. Period.
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Old 05-25-2017, 07:29 PM   #18
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Vacuum cleaner

We use the Dyson V6 Motörhead. It's really great. You
Can get a good deal for one on EBay.
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Old 05-25-2017, 09:51 PM   #19
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Who needs a vacuum when you have dogs? Spilled potato chips, popcorn, etc.etc. Open the door, and immediately they go to work. Kids with food on their problem, send in the clean-up crew. They are the best 4 footed wet vacs around. Kidding aside...a dirt devil.

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