Wet & Dry Vacuum with Blower [20L] £30 @ Wickes
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Wet & Dry Vacuum with Blower [20L] £30 @ Wickes

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Found 29th JunEdited by:"ssc1"
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Check store stock online. Sucks up dirt, debris and spills.
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great hoover, buy the dust bags from ebay and the hepa filter and this is great for motar or fine wood dust. i use mine whilst chasing out brickwork on my wall chaser
FFS I just brought the £40 Titan one from Screwfix the other day.
Nut82uk1 h, 46 m ago

FFS I just brought the £40 Titan one from Screwfix the other day.


Return it ,say it didnt perform as you expected.
Edited by: "ssc1" 29th Jun
ssc11 m ago

Retur Return it ,say it didnt perfom as you expected.


That would be lying, unless it didn't.
Bet it can't blow water lol
This blows
ssc126 m ago

Return it ,say it didnt perfom as you expected.


If everyone lied like this there will be no retailers left
mb135720 m ago

If everyone lied like this there will be no retailers left


Well it doesn't blow, do you have one? No didn't think so.
Superb deal, still plenty left in the essex area
Nut82uk1 h, 3 m ago

FFS I just brought the £40 Titan one from Screwfix the other day.


Bought
Nut82uk1 h, 39 m ago

FFS I just brought the £40 Titan one from Screwfix the other day.


As you have 'BROUGHT' this then there shouldn't be a problem. However, had you 'BOUGHT' it then there would be a problem.
Nut82uk10 m ago

Wow amazing, thanks.


Mug.
mb13571 h, 29 m ago

If everyone lied like this there will be no retailers left


There hardly is
Heat.Sink1 h, 55 m ago

That would be lying, unless it didn't.


Correct, the Titan's performance is perfect. For the sake of ten quid it's not worth the faff.
siak127 m ago

As you have 'BROUGHT' this then there shouldn't be a problem. However, had …As you have 'BROUGHT' this then there shouldn't be a problem. However, had you 'BOUGHT' it then there would be a problem.


It would appear that my phone's predictive text has caused you to menstruate. I'm sure there are some deals on sanitary products within the HDUK community that you'll find useful.
gazzaman2k3 h, 45 m ago

great hoover, buy the dust bags from ebay and the hepa filter and this is …great hoover, buy the dust bags from ebay and the hepa filter and this is great for motar or fine wood dust. i use mine whilst chasing out brickwork on my wall chaser



any chance of the hepa filter details
siak11 h, 6 m ago

As you have 'BROUGHT' this then there shouldn't be a problem. However, had …As you have 'BROUGHT' this then there shouldn't be a problem. However, had you 'BOUGHT' it then there would be a problem.


Vould be a typo
Wet sucking, wet blowing, dry sucking, dry blowing - what more could you ask for?
I bought the titan 1300 watt from Screwfix it was super powerful it also blew and sucked up water but the tools it come with were terrible for just hoovering carpets because of the power you couldn't go forward with the handle but as a industrial hoover blower or suck up water it e amazing but I just wanted it for a Hoover was way to powerful if the hoover head was better it would have helped but it was cheap plastic with just grooves in it but for general building work it be amazing especially for £39.99.. hope this helps anyone who is looking for 1
Nut82uk3 h, 53 m ago

It would appear that my phone's predictive text has caused you to …It would appear that my phone's predictive text has caused you to menstruate. I'm sure there are some deals on sanitary products within the HDUK community that you'll find useful.


Have you 'BROUGHT' any sanitary products? If so please let me know where I can 'BROUGHT' them from. Thanks
mb13575 h, 41 m ago

If everyone lied like this there will be no retailers left


Yes! Let's all have a moments silence for the all the major retailers please.
Heat, ordered one, cheaper than the new motor my henry VAC needs...thanks OP
gazzaman2k17 h, 11 m ago

great hoover, buy the dust bags from ebay and the hepa filter and this is …great hoover, buy the dust bags from ebay and the hepa filter and this is great for motar or fine wood dust. i use mine whilst chasing out brickwork on my wall chaser


Just so I understand. This is a bagless vacuum, but if you are using for fine dust, you should fit a bag. If you dont, the system gets clogged and blows the dust out the vent?

And you can fit the standard dust bags, along with the HEPA filter, this retains the fine material and means it works fine?

I have noticed quite a few complaints of it just firing dust all over the place?

I just bought it, and think i need to buy bags and filter before I try to use...
cheers
Anyone know if this would be good to wet clean car seats at all? Thanks
Chizzy0148 m ago

Anyone know if this would be good to wet clean car seats at all? Thanks


i doubt it, shampoo and cleaning vacs push out foam and suck up excess all at same time so material doesnt saturate (like a carpet cleaner). Im not sure but I doubt this will do a great job of that. think its more intended for sucking up spills or wet debri than moisture out of fabrics. I'm yet to try mine though. I have tried similar on wet carpets before tho and does f-all compared to a carpet cleaner vac....
jr00719 h, 20 m ago

Vould be a typo


Ahh the ironic of correcting grammar
cheers op been looking for wet and dry vac for a bit bought this heat added
gazzaman2k20 h, 53 m ago

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Wet-Dry-Cartridge-Filter-for-Wickes-Lidl-Parkside-Commercial-Vacuum-Cleaners/302418786465?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649for the filtervhttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/20-x-Strong-Dust-hoover-BAGS-PARKSIDE-LIDL-PNT-Wet-Dry-Models-Vacuum-Cleaner/122009650616?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649for the bagsi wouldn't recommend not using with out the bags if you are sucking up fine dust or powder as the filter wouldnt take long to block up


Thanks for the info, I presume the other filter you've linked to is better than the foam?

I've just got mine it's got a foam filter than blue bags to go over the top?

Are you saying I should swap those out for the disposable bags and the filter?
jj_jj13 h, 50 m ago

Just so I understand. This is a bagless vacuum, but if you are using for …Just so I understand. This is a bagless vacuum, but if you are using for fine dust, you should fit a bag. If you dont, the system gets clogged and blows the dust out the vent?And you can fit the standard dust bags, along with the HEPA filter, this retains the fine material and means it works fine?I have noticed quite a few complaints of it just firing dust all over the place?I just bought it, and think i need to buy bags and filter before I try to use...cheers


the blue bag things and foam that come with it work fine, ive used it bagless before sucking up motar but the blue filter bags clog up pretty quickly and then the suction drops down, you can was the blue bag filters but after a few washes they just fall to bits, the add on cartridge filter is more of a workshop dust vac, again works fine without a dust bag if sucking up things bigger than 1mm but if sucking up brick dust, sand, powder, saw dust then i would recommed the dust bags for sure as it wouldnt take 5minutes for it to clog the filter and then make the hoover struggle to pick things up.

only time ive had dust shoot out the exhaust was using them blue material filter bags that come with it, when it was struggling so much due to clogging with dust it tore the filter material open and then dust sucking in though
Wadadli_Cooler29th Jun

Wet sucking, wet blowing, dry sucking, dry blowing - what more could you …Wet sucking, wet blowing, dry sucking, dry blowing - what more could you ask for?


Much prefer a “Wet Suck”
Deal needs to be ended now. Price returned to £49.99 at start of play on Tues 7 July 2018 . . much to my annoyance. I tried two branches and neither of them would sell the vac to me at yesterday's price of £30. Looking on the bright side, today I am £30 up! LOL
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