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RIDGID 14-Gallon 6.0 Peak High Performance Wet/Dry Vacuum w/ Free Auto Detail Kit EXPIRED

Chow 170 July 30, 2014 at 01:46 PM in Vacuums (8) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 07-30-2014 at 09:58 PM View Original Post
Update: Now only available for in-store pickup.

HomeDepot.com offers RIDGID 14-Gallon 6.0 Peak High Performance Wet/Dry Vacuum w/ Free Auto Detail Kit for $89. Shipping is Free. Thanks Chow

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Edited July 30, 2014 at 03:28 PM by mlacey3
$10 cheaper than before when it was FP.

RIDGID 14-Gal. 6.0 Peak HP Wet/Dry Vac with Auto Detailing Kit - $89 Home Depot
This is $10 cheaper than the regular 14 gal vac and also includes the car kit with the better hose. The kit alone retails for $39.97.

Product Link [homedepot.com]

Car Detailing Kit link [homedepot.com] (for price comparison)

Lifetime warranty as always.


PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

This RIDGID 14-gal. High Performance Wet/Dry Vacuum is designed to deliver the powerful suction, large capacity and rugged construction in a more compact design than is offered in our largest cart type vacuums. This vacuums 14-gal. drum size helps us achieve a more compact overall design but it still provides a big capacity capable of handling large job-site chores. Other key features include; a 3-layer fine dust filter to capture dry wall dust, accessories that can be stored on-board, casters that provide 360 degrees of mobility. Add a top handle with a cord wrap, heavy duty 2-piece drum construction, a large drain and you've got a wet/dry vacuum that achieves the demands of Pro’s on the job site or in the shop.

6 peak HP motor with noise-reduction technology offers powerful yet quiet performance
RIDGID’s patented Scroll Noise Reduction (SNR) technology makes this vacuum the quietest in our line
Accessory bag provides convenient storage of the vacuum attachments
Blowing feature blows away sawdust and other debris
Pull handle and casters provide maneuverability while the side handles offer grips for lifting
Accessories included with this machine are a 7 ft. by 2-1/2 in. hose, 10 ft. by 1-1/4 in. hose, 2 wands (2-1/2 in.), 2-1/2 in. utility nozzle, 2-1/2 in. car nozzle, 2-1/2 in. wet nozzle, 1-1/4 in. flexible crevice tool, 1-1/4 in. stiff bristle brush, 1-1/4 in. soft bristle brush, claw nozzle, 2-1/2 in. to 1-1/4 adapters, and a hose-to-host adapter
Includes VF5000 fine dust filter
Accepts VF4000, VF5000, VF6000, and VF7000 replacement filters
Accepts VF3502 filter collection bags
Limited lifetime warranty

Model # WD1451

Editor's Notes & Price Research

Written by GoodDay

This is now $10 less than the previous Front Page Deal. The regular price of the Auto Detail Kit at Home Depot is $40, so this is nice savings with both bundled together. - Corwin

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Last Edited by sadik July 31, 2014 at 04:14 PM
Save 11% more by purchasing a home depot gift card from cardpool.com


Looks like a few of us got an extra $10 promotional discount when doing in store pickup for an out the door price of $79+tax. The discount doesn't show up until you receive the "Ready for Pickup," email.
confirmed: extra 10dollar off making it 79.

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#4
this is a solid deal for a very well performing vac. as the OP noted, this is frequently on sale for $99 so at $89 it's a good deal. most of the guys i see doing construction where i work use this vac

a tip for keeping the filter clean - buy cheap $1 pantyhose at Walmart and wrap the filter with it. it extends the life of the filter by a while and minimizes clean up time. you are more likely to clog the filter with debris well before you actually fill up the vac to its max capacity. if you are vac'ing up water or liquid, you remove the filter and you can use an optional wet-use filter which is nothing more than a foam sleeve

when vac'ing drywall dust you need the blue filter or a HEPA filter. if you go with the regular white one it will blow the dust everywhere. for everything else the standard filter is just fine.
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My order was just canceled...
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Quote from Wiesbaden85 View Post :
My order was just canceled...
did you do in-store pickup or shipping?
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This was front page when I bought mine for $99 I think. Great purchase! Love mine - especially for the hose that comes with the auto detail kit. It's the only one I use because it's longer and way more flexible #that'swhatshesaid.
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Quote from Medic311 View Post :
a tip for keeping the filter clean - buy cheap $1 pantyhose at Walmart and wrap the filter with it. it extends the life of the filter by a while and minimizes clean up time. you are more likely to clog the filter with debris well before you actually fill up the vac to its max capacity. if you are vac'ing up water or liquid, you remove the filter and you can use an optional wet-use filter which is nothing more than a foam sleeve
I have a similar vac and do work in a machine shop where we have to mostly use vacs instead of air. I noticed a drop in suction a few days ago and noticed the filter had been pretty much demolished by cutting fluid and various metal chips. How well do you think the pantyhose would stand up to chip and those sorts of things coming in? I know it's a cheap thing to try out, but I figure it's worth asking if anyone out there has experience. Smilie
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This vacuum sucks, no I'm serious it really does suck ;-)
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This vacuum sucks, no I'm serious it really does suck ;-)
suck as bad, or suck as really vacuum?
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#11
Love my Ridgid 12 gallon 5HP unit. Got it with a car cleaning kit and extra filter for $40, but that was a black friday ~10 years ago. It finally sounds like it's starting to bite it now and I've been very hard on it for the past decade. Good news is they have a lifetime warranty and it's not a junk warranty like their power tool warranty seems to be. I'll be sending my motor in for repair/replace soon.
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Used Shop Discover Card + $50 gift card i had laying around = SD. Thanks OP
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suck as bad, or suck as really vacuum?
It sucks really well. I bought one it sucks so good. Lots of reviews on how well this vacuum sucks at this price. I never thought I would spend my hard earned money on a purchase that sucked so much!! lol
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Quote from RacinReaver View Post :
I have a similar vac and do work in a machine shop where we have to mostly use vacs instead of air. I noticed a drop in suction a few days ago and noticed the filter had been pretty much demolished by cutting fluid and various metal chips. How well do you think the pantyhose would stand up to chip and those sorts of things coming in? I know it's a cheap thing to try out, but I figure it's worth asking if anyone out there has experience. Smilie
For larger chips you can build a small separator like this one:

http://www.jpthien.com/cy.htm

I built mine out of an orange 5-galon Homer bucket, some scrap plywood and a few dust fittings. In most cases (like vacuuming random trash, working with wood chips etc), nothing gets into the vac canister except for a really fine dust. I did not clean the vac for half a year and I use it for all kinds of projects almost every other day. When I had to clean it - it was because the filter was clogged with very fine dust from sanding drywall patch stuff. Planer / table saw fill 5 gallons in no time though Smilie
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This thing flat out sucks! Of all the things I own, it sucks the most.
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