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AdirPro Drill Buddy Cordless Dust Collector with Laser Level, Bubble vial, Great for picture hanging and DIY's $13.80 ac / sss eligible @ amazon

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  • END DRILLING MESS ONCE AND FOR ALL! Are you tired of making a mess on your floors every time you want to hang a new picture on the wall? Not anymore! Equip yourself with this premium drill dust collector and ensure 100% clean and debris-free drilling every time! Durable and long-lasting, this multipurpose tool promises outstanding performance and is perfect for hanging artwork on the wall, woodwork, carpentry work and any other DIY home project.
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in for one. thanks!
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I'm not sure spending $15 on this thing is going to be any better than simply placing a shop-vac hose next to or under whatever you are drilling and just sucking up any debris or dust.
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I'm not sure spending $15 on this thing is going to be any better than simply placing a shop-vac hose next to or under whatever you are drilling and just sucking up any debris or dust.
Yeah-
this def looks like a waste of money. ill pass!
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I'm not sure spending $15 on this thing is going to be any better than simply placing a shop-vac hose next to or under whatever you are drilling and just sucking up any debris or dust.
New skill learned! Save me $13. Thanks.
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this def looks like a waste of money. ill pass!
At first I thought it was a dustless attachment that you hook up to your shopvac, but then I realized its just a passive dust collector/bin.
Bosch, Milwuakee, Dewalt, Hilti, etc... all now make attachments to their drills that you can hook up to your shopvac for dustless drilling.
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New skill learned! Save me $13. Thanks.
Haha, I'd probably call it more of a trick than a skill, but regardless, glad I could help! (and save you $13!)
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Looks like something the husband would like. I'm in.
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I'm not sure spending $15 on this thing is going to be any better than simply placing a shop-vac hose next to or under whatever you are drilling and just sucking up any debris or dust.
I use an envelope taped to the wall with painters tape too, mostly because I do work alone and there is nobody to hold the hose Smilie Open the envelope and tape the flap to the wall, with the opening facing you so all debris falls into it.
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I use an envelope taped to the wall with painters tape too, mostly because I do work alone and there is nobody to hold the hose Smilie Open the envelope and tape the flap to the wall, with the opening facing you so all debris falls into it.
I use a post-it note. Sticky side to the wall, bend the note 90 degrees.
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I use an envelope taped to the wall with painters tape too, mostly because I do work alone and there is nobody to hold the hose Smilie Open the envelope and tape the flap to the wall, with the opening facing you so all debris falls into it.
So many things one could to with an envelope filled with white powder... hmm.
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New skill learned! Save me $13. Thanks.
but how do you hold it?
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Just in case it's helpful...

When I have a free hand, I just lay it flat against the wall and let all the drywall bits collect on my hand. Not as efficient as the two suggestions above, but us lazy people need some ideas too.
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This seems steep for what it is and the description sounds like an infomercial.
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I'm not sure spending $15 on this thing is going to be any better than simply placing a shop-vac hose next to or under whatever you are drilling and just sucking up any debris or dust.
Or life hack stick an envelope under it and all falls in
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