My shop vacuum can also be used to flush my condensate line, which is where the moisture that is drawn out of the air during the evaporation cycle ends up
I prefer shopping clearance sales at my local hardware store. At least half of all my tools were bought during promotions of some sort, with Winter time holiday season being the most predominant time by far. I managed to get a table saw for $100 off when I showed up at 5am for their black Friday sale last year. Just recently though, my favorite current addition to my garage is my shop vacuum. It has so various features plus I still have only just scratched the surface with what it can do. The vacuum has both wet plus dry vacuuming capabilities, meaning you can put a bin inside the collection drum plus use it to suck up dirt, lint, plus other dry particles like a official vacuum. Otherwise, separate from a bin inside the drum, you can directly suck up liquids plus can drain them out of the device at the end of the job. Then, the third feature I prefer so much is the outtake port, where the air coming in eventually leaves after moving through the filter array. In easy words, this is the outtake port that blows the air out of the device You can abruptly inflate an air mattress in just hours compared to a proprietary air pump that runs on wimpy batteries. But, best of all, I’m now using it to disinfect portions of my Heating plus A/C system. I use extender wands to reach the air registers throughout my house. The air return in certain gets layers of dust buildup in little time as the a/c cycles. My shop vacuum can also be used to flush my condensate line, which is where the moisture that is drawn out of the air during the evaporation cycle ends up. If it didn’t drain out like this, it would back up into the machine. I simply flush the pipe with a strong vinegar solution plus then put the vacuum head at the opening outdoors plus turn to intake mode, pulling anything stuck in the line out plus into the vacuum’s collection drum.