Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
Mac Allister Corded 16L Bagged Wet & Dry Vacuum £35 @ B&Q (Free C&C - Also 20L for £45)
273° Expired

Mac Allister Corded 16L Bagged Wet & Dry Vacuum £35 @ B&Q (Free C&C - Also 20L for £45)

£35£49.9930%B&Q Deals
15
Posted 20th Feb
Thought these wet and dry vacuums at B&Q are good for the price. The 16L version comes with 2 years guarantee whereas the 20L one come with 3 years guarantee. Free c&c available.

Mac Allister Corded 16L Bagged Wet & dry vacuum MWVPL16L - £35


3185720.jpg
This Mac Allister wet & dry vacuum features a 16L capacity tank. The perfect vac for basement, garage, workplace, indoors and out, wet or dry. It comes with 3 plastic extension wands, 254mm wet/dry nozzle, crevice tool, foam sleeve, collection filter bag.

  • Synchro feature for dustless grinding, sanding and drilling
  • Blower port instantly converts your vac into a powerful blower
  • Castor system for easy glide motion


Mac Allister Corded 20L Bagged Wet & dry vacuum MWVP20L - £45

3185720.jpg
This Mac Allister wet & dry vacuum features a 20L capacity tank. The perfect vac for basement, garage, workplace, indoors and out, wet or dry. It comes with 2 metal extension tubes, 280mm selector nozzle, 254mm wet/dry nozzle, crevice tool, round brush, gulper nozzle, collection filter bag, cartridge filter.

  • Synchro feature for dustless grinding, sanding and drilling
  • Blower port instantly converts your vac into a powerful blower
  • Platform dolly for easy glide emotion
  • Lock-On® hose keeps hose attached while vacuuming
  • Tank drain makes emptying your vac easier


3185720.jpg

3185720.jpg
Community Updates

Groups

15 Comments
Exact same hoover but branded differently is in Lidl for £30
The 16L isn’t available for delivery or click and collect
Nicolidus3 m ago

The 16L isn’t available for delivery or click and collect



Both of them are available with c&c. You need to change the store to one which has stock and then it will allow you to add to basket
Would this be useful to clean out the debris at the bottom of a loft water tank without removing all the water - ie just sucking up the nasty debris in the bottom of the tank?
the new star wars droids are looking cheap
omendata20/02/2019 22:04

Would this be useful to clean out the debris at the bottom of a loft water …Would this be useful to clean out the debris at the bottom of a loft water tank without removing all the water - ie just sucking up the nasty debris in the bottom of the tank?


Basically yes, but it would stir all the debris up so you would be better of fixing the ball cock up and taking all the water out.
37106598-avdJF.jpg
Hi would it be good to clean carpwts
Carpets thanks
TJS27118220/02/2019 22:59

Basically yes, but it would stir all the debris up so you would be better …Basically yes, but it would stir all the debris up so you would be better of fixing the ball cock up and taking all the water out.


Thanks yeah i know how to switch off the mains valve rather than stick the ball valve up.
I was just wondering if this could handle sucking the dirt up - if its sucking i doubt it would stir the dirt up if put in gently.
Was planning on using my drill pump to do the job then i saw this deal - drill pump might have problems with large bits of debris as its got a very small venturi diameter!

Its the capacity that worries me 16l lol the tank has over 100 maybe 200 litres so reckon i would have to change it a good few times for each of the two tanks and draining the tanks would have to be done with the drill pump as well otherwise you get all that debirs getting sucked down into the bathroom and toilet cold water pipes then have to backflush the lot which is not a fun job!
Edited by: "omendata" 21st Feb
omendata1 h, 18 m ago

Thanks yeah i know how to switch off the mains valve rather than stick the …Thanks yeah i know how to switch off the mains valve rather than stick the ball valve up.I was just wondering if this could handle sucking the dirt up - if its sucking i doubt it would stir the dirt up if put in gently.Was planning on using my drill pump to do the job then i saw this deal - drill pump might have problems with large bits of debris as its got a very small venturi diameter!Its the capacity that worries me 16l lol the tank has over 100 maybe 200 litres so reckon i would have to change it a good few times for each of the two tanks and draining the tanks would have to be done with the drill pump as well otherwise you get all that debirs getting sucked down into the bathroom and toilet cold water pipes then have to backflush the lot which is not a fun job!


Just use a garden hose and syphon the water into a bath or basin into the room below?
zed20008 h, 47 m ago

Hi would it be good to clean carpwts


Yes it will clean carpets like a normal Hoover if that's what you mean but it won't 'wash' carpets as it's not a carpet cleaning in that sense .It means it will suck up water spills etc
Thanks OP Both Aldi and Lidl do similar hoovers and theirs have 3 Year Warranty’s.
Edited by: "SCOUSEKEVIN" 21st Feb
omendata14 h, 56 m ago

Thanks yeah i know how to switch off the mains valve rather than stick the …Thanks yeah i know how to switch off the mains valve rather than stick the ball valve up.I was just wondering if this could handle sucking the dirt up - if its sucking i doubt it would stir the dirt up if put in gently.Was planning on using my drill pump to do the job then i saw this deal - drill pump might have problems with large bits of debris as its got a very small venturi diameter!Its the capacity that worries me 16l lol the tank has over 100 maybe 200 litres so reckon i would have to change it a good few times for each of the two tanks and draining the tanks would have to be done with the drill pump as well otherwise you get all that debirs getting sucked down into the bathroom and toilet cold water pipes then have to backflush the lot which is not a fun job!



You would have a problem with water syphoning down the hose when you turn the vac off unless the vacuum is higher than the tank's water level, and it would fill very quickly and possibly spray water everywhere unless it has a cut off.

Better to use a hosepipe as a syphon tube as whiteston suggests, one end secured in a bog or out a window and coil a few turns in the tank put your thumb over the end and straighten it out to start the water flowing and use it to suck the debris out.
Edited by: "melted" 21st Feb
Any good for cleaning out ash from a log burner?
And sawdust from a power saw?

My normal vacuum filter gets clogged up and I don’t want to damage it.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text