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Corwin 7,334 36,872 April 17, 2016 at 07:52 AM in Tools (9) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 04-17-2016 by GoodDay at 08:20 PM View Original Post
Sears.com has Craftsman Wet/Dry Vac Fine Dust Filter (17907) on sale for $12.49. Select free store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks Corwin

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  • Good price on a highly rated Craftsman fine dust filter with 4.5/5 stars based on 42 Sears reviews.
  • For those occasions when a regular dust filter just won't do. - GoodDay

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I've been sanding drywall with a Dewalt ROS, it produces A LOT of fine dust. I hooked the vacuum line up directly to my wet dry vac. Inside my wet dry vac I ran a hose from the where it vacuums the dust in down to slightly above the bottom of the inside of the vacuum. I then add water into the vac tub so the end of the hose is a little below water.
When I turn it on the water acts as a filter, similar to a Bong-Vac (see it on you tube). Total cost for filtration about $1 for the tube.

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Good price. Sent info to my brother-in-law in case he want's one. Not in stock at our local store but back.ordered so still eligible for free in-store pickup.
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I've been sanding drywall with a Dewalt ROS, it produces A LOT of fine dust. I hooked the vacuum line up directly to my wet dry vac. Inside my wet dry vac I ran a hose from the where it vacuums the dust in down to slightly above the bottom of the inside of the vacuum. I then add water into the vac tub so the end of the hose is a little below water.
When I turn it on the water acts as a filter, similar to a Bong-Vac (see it on you tube). Total cost for filtration about $1 for the tube.
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How long do one of these last with sheet rock/mudding dust?
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if you buy the Gore-Tex filter, you can wash them and reuse them.
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if you buy the Gore-Tex filter, you can wash them and reuse them.
Any deals to be had on the goretex filters? Links?
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does that fit the ridgid vac? It looks the same
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In 4 1 just to keep in the garage, so I don't have to pay full price when my current one dies. Smilie
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Quote from lassie View Post :
does that fit the ridgid vac? It looks the same
Old style has the threaded nut attach
The one shown is new style snap on fit.
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Any deals to be had on the goretex filters? Links?

Probably not, but the Cleanstream Gore filters last forever (if you follow directions on Cleanstream site i.e. if pick up wet drywall or cement clean right away, don't pickup soapy water-ruins Gore http://www.cleanstream.com/support/faq.html) and get everything (it is HEPA). I have them in both of my Rigid shop vacs. 1 is probably close to 10 years old and still good as new.
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Probably not, but the Cleanstream Gore filters last forever (if you follow directions on Cleanstream site i.e. if pick up wet drywall or cement clean right away, don't pickup soapy water-ruins Gore http://www.cleanstream.com/support/faq.html) and get everything (it is HEPA). I have them in both of my Rigid shop vacs. 1 is probably close to 10 years old and still good as new.
Thanks.
I am familiar with em cause I have 2 also. Just looking for a deal.
Picked up one and wasn't paying attention and got the one that just slides on and no bottom hole. So scrap copper wire and drill two holes on one of the vacs to hold it. The newer rigid I changed out the filter holder with a old style that has the threads on it to take the other filter with a wing style nut hold on.
Need to wait and get a deal like a 5 or 10$ off any purchase at HD or Lowes and pick up another one.
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Quote from gemniii42 View Post :
I've been sanding drywall with a Dewalt ROS, it produces A LOT of fine dust. I hooked the vacuum line up directly to my wet dry vac. Inside my wet dry vac I ran a hose from the where it vacuums the dust in down to slightly above the bottom of the inside of the vacuum. I then add water into the vac tub so the end of the hose is a little below water.
When I turn it on the water acts as a filter, similar to a Bong-Vac (see it on you tube). Total cost for filtration about $1 for the tube.
link to DIY source?
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Quote from gemniii42 View Post :
I've been sanding drywall with a Dewalt ROS, it produces A LOT of fine dust. I hooked the vacuum line up directly to my wet dry vac. Inside my wet dry vac I ran a hose from the where it vacuums the dust in down to slightly above the bottom of the inside of the vacuum. I then add water into the vac tub so the end of the hose is a little below water.
When I turn it on the water acts as a filter, similar to a Bong-Vac (see it on you tube). Total cost for filtration about $1 for the tube.
for drywall dust, I always recommend getting the fine dust bags that line inside of the canister of a shop vac.

Even with a fine dust filter, it doesn't take long for it to cake with drywall dust, then you're outside trying to scrape and shake it clean, but you'll never get as much suction as you had 20 minutes ago when it was new.

This filter works great for sawdust, but get the shop vac bags for drywall dust.

The water filter method could work, but makes a mess, especially if you try to move the vacuum very much.
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Nice deal.
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