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marlap
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Posted Wed Oct 17, 2012, 4:29pm
Subject: Re: Tiny vacuums?
 

I just use a wet cellulose sponge. The batteries haven't worn out yet. Cost 4 for $2.99 at your local Walmart.

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Posted Wed Oct 17, 2012, 6:01pm
Subject: Re: Tiny vacuums?
 

I just use a wet cellulose sponge. The batteries haven't worn out yet.

ditto. :)
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Posted Thu Oct 18, 2012, 3:35pm
Subject: Re: Tiny vacuums?
 

jwoodyu Said:

Tried a couple went the cheap paint brush route. A quick brush into the knock box held to the edge of the counter and i am good. If you do find one you please by do post it.

Posted October 3, 2012 link

+1

Quick, effective, and gets it all. I always have a Dewalt mini shop vac with 18v battery since I have two children under 5 and they learned to make big messes just like their daddy, handles big messes to powder messes like a big shop vac.

This thread has made me realize my dream espresso bar setup needs a vac system to pull out of the wall. Thank you!
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