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      09-24-2020, 11:07 AM   #1
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Hello, I'm looking to buy a reliable cheap car vacuum cleaner, it often happens that something spills inside and I can't take it to the car wash every day or every other day. Which will be able to help me in such cases.
Could you recommend one that you use or your friend has and was satisfied?
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I love my Dyson V6 cordless stick vacuum, I actually use in for the house but it's so modular you can remove the long tube and mount different suction attachments to make it super compact.
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I love my Dyson V6 cordless stick vacuum, I actually use in for the house but it's so modular you can remove the long tube and mount different suction attachments to make it super compact.
is the dyson strictly vacuum or does it convert to a blower function ?
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Hello, I'm looking to buy a reliable car vacuum cleaner, it often happens that something spills inside and I can't take it to the car wash every day or every other day ... and I'm looking for a vacuum cleaner. which will be able to help me in such cases.
Could you recommend one that you use or your friend has and was satisfied?
Thanks
If you have dewalt lithium ion tools there is a great portable vacuum you can get. Very reasonable if you get it without the battery and charger and just use the ones you have.
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is the dyson strictly vacuum or does it convert to a blower function ?
Vac only.
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This is what I ended up using. Strong suction and have some attachment. The battery last enough for me to vacuum 2 cars that are not too dirty in one charge.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Never had success with in car vacuuming although very occasionally have wrestled with the household "hoover" and extension lead(s)

For years now have carried a mini dustpan and a hard brush in the boot-that adequately handles footwells and seats .For the funny tight inaccessible areas and the dash-a toothbrush is an ideal niggly area cleaner. Perfect for the dash-where aggressive "hoovering" results in radio dials and cigarette lighters sometimes disappearing into oblivion!

https://www.backyardstyle.com/best-pond-vacuum/

Cost-£Dustpan and brush=£5 tops and £1 for the toothbrush.
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