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The best car detailing machine out there .
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Post# 415973   11/16/2019 at 13:04 (260 days old) by vacuumdevil (Vacuum Hell )        

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A while back there is a thread on the best car vacuum. I've seen a couple of videos posted I'm the best car detailing vacuum and they seem to be shop vacuums for some reason. as we all know shop vacuums tend to lack filtration and overall power.
With the exception of some high-end Nilfisk , Clark,Bosch, Milwaukee, Power fleet all $500+ . A lot of us don't have $500 to spend on a shop vacuum. A lot of people don't have another$350-500 to spend on a carpet extractor. So what if you could get two for the price of one? well a couple of companies have done this over the years but have discontinued their products. Notably the old bissell big green machine from the 90s.

Well Neumatic makes such a machine the George. Here's one of my down and dirty reviews on one.

Post# 415979 , Reply# 1   11/16/2019 at 16:06 (260 days old) by fan-of-fans (USA)        

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For cleaning my car I usually use either my 5 Gallon Shop Vac with some extra attachments or a Kenmore Progressive canister.

I actually prefer a shop vac myself, I find they have more airflow and can clean the carpet deeper. They're light to move to. I've used the Power Mate Jr on the canister and it tends to just throw sand around.

With the shop vac I usually use the attachments from my Eureka Mighty Mite. A soft brush for cleaning dashboard, vents and door panels, works great with the strong airflow. And crevice tool for door pockets and tight spaces. A wide nozzle for carpets and floor mats. Then I use it outside the car to clean leaves from vents near wipers and around trunk lid.

I've also got a Kenmore Cleanmore System from the 80s, and I plan to make that my car cleaning system someday. Hoping to get a house with a garage for this. It's like the Bissell you mention, can vacuum wet or dry and shampoo carpets also. I need to get an upholstery nozzle for mine and the Spraymate. All I have is the carpet nozzle and a dry power nozzle.

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