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Old 08-16-2010, 05:00 PM   #1
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Interior Vacuuming

Hey guys,

I was just wondering what type of vacuum you guys use to clean your car? I have a handheld which is quite crappy and it doesnt reach into the cracks and crevices (between seat and center console, between seat and door, under the seat, behind the gas pedal etc). do you guys have any recommendations on a vacuum that i can buy?

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This is one of the ones I have at my shop.Its a Ridgid from Home Depot. Its inexpensive and works well. With the detailers kit (available seperately) its around $150.
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I use a ridgid 5.0hp shop vac, more than enough power to do the job
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i bought a cheap 30$ Husky Shop Vac from Home Depot, Does the job really well
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