Posted Tue Oct 2, 2012, 4:55pm Subject: Tiny vacuums?
Does anyone know of a vacuum type thing (this is a very scientific description) to clean up grounds besides my dust buster? It works perfect but would be neat to have a tiny "spy sized" vacuum. Would the ones that people use for keyboards work well? If I remember right I saw one a few years back and it was small, I think. Not sure, this is why I'm asking here.
jwoodyu Senior Member Joined: 31 Dec 2010 Posts: 704 Location: Michigan Expertise: I love coffee
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Posted Wed Oct 3, 2012, 11:23am Subject: Re: Tiny vacuums?
Tried a couple went the cheap paint brush route. A quick brush into the knock box held to the edge of the counter and i am good. If you do find one you please by do post it.
You know those people that want to tell you how to raise your kids but have none of their own? That is how i feel when someone with a kitchen appliance tells me how the merits or dis-merits of my machine or how to use it.
Posted Fri Oct 5, 2012, 8:37am Subject: Cheap mini vacs have poor batteries
After a couple inexpensive hand vacs, I did some research and settled on:
Dirt Devil Accucharge Technology BD10045REDclick here They range from $37 - $50.
Has really strong section, readily cleanable filter, fairly fast recharger. I use it to vacuum chaff from around my Behmer roaster as well as coffee ground around grinder. I have had it about a year, and it continues to charge and work very well.
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