These handy canister vacuums can pick up wet and dry materials. Use this guide to see which size vac works best for specific jobs.
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The 1-gallon, 1-horsepower wet/dry vac is good for cleaning debris from the bottom of a table saw. Brush attachments may be used to permit cleaning small areas, such as the face of the saw.
The 12-gallon, 4.5-horsepower wet/dry vac is suitable for larger jobs, such as vacuuming leaves. Special filters for wet or dry projects are available.
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