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Ryobi 18V One+ Project Wet/Dry Vacuum

Cobalt SS/SC Freshly Dusted

Although you might consider it a foregone conclusion that the Ryobi 18V One+ Project Wet/Dry Vacuum would vacuum the dust up, you might also be surprised to learn that vacuums notoriously have problems with hard surfaces. Especially with fine dust trapped in textured surfaces — which happens to be exactly what the Cobalt has lots of. However, the Project Wet/Dry Vacuum was, indeed, successful.

You should be made aware, I did use my Shop-Vac brush attachment to get it done — and it still left a little behind on the vertical surfaces. Again, notoriously difficult to vacuum. Why not use the hose or the Hard Surface Tool? Two reasons: texture and non-flat surface. Okay, three: I don't want to scratch the plastic, and hard-edged plastic against another plastic can scratch. Due to my experience, I chose to go the safe route and use the brush.

The Cobalt SS/SC really needs a solid detailing. Photo: Ryan King, 2019.

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