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Walmart has Stanley 4-Gallon Stainless Steel Wet/Dry Vacuum w/ Accessories (SL18301-4B) on sale for $19.97. Select free store pickup if stock permits, otherwise shipping is free w/ ShippingPass (free 30-day trial) or on orders $50+. Thanks seekamit
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  • Accessories include: 1.25" x 4' hose, 3 extension wands, floor nozzle, reusable dry filter and a foam filter. - brisar

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Stanley 4-Gallon Stainless Steel Wet/Dry Vacuum, SL18301-4B for $19.97

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In before, I bought this BF lol!

I was very happy with this vacuum for $20. ITs very strong and can easily vacuum my car and garage. My only complaints are:
1. you need to buy an accessory kit since this does not come with a crevice tool or other popular attachments (~$10)
2. Hose is short. I have a small car and sometimes I have to lift the vacuum up to reach into the middle.
3. Filter looks cheap

Would definitely buy again. Howver, went to Sam's club yesterday and saw a 5 gallon model that came with all the accessories for $30. Might be a better option if you plan on buying the accessory kit.
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I bought a similar deal about a year ago. Great suction and form factor. The blower port is a huge plus. My bundle came with 2 bags for inside, but if this doesn't I would highly recommend it to keep debris contained
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Can this be used for Home Carpet too? or Just Hard Furlhasbeenblockede only..
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Can this be used for Home Carpet too? or Just Hard Furlhasbeenblockede only..
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Similar question. Is this good for shag rugs?

Also, does it come with any attachments, or which ones do people recommend?
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In before, I bought this BF lol!

I was very happy with this vacuum for $20. ITs very strong and can easily vacuum my car and garage. My only complaints are:
1. you need to buy an accessory kit since this does not come with a crevice tool or other popular attachments (~$10)
2. Hose is short. I have a small car and sometimes I have to lift the vacuum up to reach into the middle.
3. Filter looks cheap

Would definitely buy again. Howver, went to Sam's club yesterday and saw a 5 gallon model that came with all the accessories for $30. Might be a better option if you plan on buying the accessory kit.
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The 8 gallon version (double the capacity of this one) is also on sale and discounted by 21 bucks, priced at $58: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Stanle...ethod=p13n

Looks like it might be a bit higher quality construction too.
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how is the filter on these? how much and who sell them
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In for one! My wet basement thanks you.
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I bought this vacuum about a year ago for $30 at Walmart and it is still going strong.It is a bargain at this price. You can use it to clean cars and for minor jobs around the house with no issues.
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I bought a a cheap one from home depot a few days ago. It was the husky brand. Cost $40. It was horrible. Returned it an hour later. I wonder if this will fare better.
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Have anyone use it for small workshop, mostly wood?
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Works great with large debris. Filter clogs with dusty things.
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The larger the diameter hose you get the less frustration you'll have. This has 1 1/4" hose. The first nail you suck up will jam sideways in that hose and you'll end up puncturing the plastic trying to get it through.

Good for extremely light duty use, which isn't why people by shop vacs to begin with. IMHO
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Does this require vacuum bags like shop-vac?
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