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Jim Pemberton

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:redface: I wouldn't have watched had you not mentioned him falling
Ok, I will admit it....that's the only reason I watched it either.... :icon_redface:

Not a bad shoulder roll...even if you didn't recover immediately. Did you wrestle in school?
 

Matt Wood

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I hope your shoulder survived that impact.

I don’t see any Benefit in stirring up dust like that. You have better tools to release all the dust by vibrating the rugs upside down and letting gravity do it’s job. More dust will be removed that way snd you won’t have to keep breathing in your bad breath with a mask.
 
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Nomad74

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I hope your shoulder survived that impact.

I don’t see any Benefit in stirring up dust like that. You have better tools to release all the dust by vibrating the rugs upside down and letting gravity do it’s job. More dust will be removed that way snd you won’t have to keep breathing in your bad breath with a mask.
You don’t see the benefit of a filter.
 
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The Great Oz

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Classes coming soon.
I can't chastise my guys for their cleaning logic anymore.
Not a bad shoulder roll...even if you didn't recover immediately. Did you wrestle in school?
Round just rolls better.:icon_twisted:
Do you see that little box next to the tm? That's the correct filter to have. Not some muffler looking filter that uses paint filters to KILL YOUR SUCTION! You hit a nerve NOMAD!!!!
Just use a dust downer. No dust through your blower, no filter to kill vaccuum.
 
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