Hi Guys, today I’m reviewing the Vacmaster VQ607SFD Stainless Steel Wet/Dry Vacuum, 6 gallon, 3 Peak HP Motor.
LINK to Vacmaster Wet/Dry Vacuum – http://amzn.to/1RUtX2k
The unit has a 6 gallon storage tank and a 3 peak horsepower motor. It measures 23.1 inches tall and 12.7 inches wide. It weighs 14 pounds. The tank is stainless steel and the rest of the parts are plastic. I bought this after my washing machine spilled water all over my basement and cleaned up with a mop and rags. This unit should save you a lot of time and frustration when cleaning up water spills. It also works for vacuuming your car, driveway and also converts to a blower to clean up leaves.
I’ll show you all the parts of this vacuum. This is the on/off switch on the power head. It comes with a 12 foot power cord, 7 foot by 1 ¼ inch hose with air control nozzle that goes on the vacuum port here. There’s a locking clip on either side to open and release and head. This is the drain, open it to let the water in the tank out. This is the blowing port. There’s a handle for carrying.
2 extension wands, 2-in-1 utility nozzle, crevice tool, multi-surface floor nozzle, round dust brush, cartridge filter (don’t use this filter when vacuuming liquids), filter retainer, foam sleeve filter, collection bag (don’t use the bag when vacuuming liquids), feet with casters, 6 screws and an instruction manual.
To vacuum liquids, install the foam sleeve filter over the filter cage and place the power head back on the container. Remember not to use the cartridge filter or collection bag.
I’m going to drain the water in this bucket to test how this unit vacuums liquids. This is 12 quarts of water. Make sure the switch is off. Plug in the unit and turn on. It took 30 seconds to vacuum the water. Open the drain to let the water out.
The Vacmaster did a good job on wet and dry vacuuming. I find it to be very useful around the house. I hope you found this review helpful. Please subscribe for more reviews and thanks for watching 🙂