Dry/wet vacs?

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  1. Dodge guy

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    Stupid question and i have the feeling i know the answer but i just want to double check

    A dry/wet vac is pretty much a shop vac, right?

    Or is it one of those specialty carpet cleaner vacs?
     
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    In my experience, a wet/dry vac is the same as a shop vac.
     
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  4. Dodge guy

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    Actually now that i know its a shop vac, im sure my dads old school shop vac will work, i have been using it on all the cars i clean. Its more then 10yrs old and it sucks alot better then alot of these new ones that i have used
     
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    4050 all the way.

    I think I even did a review of it.

    Strong little sucker in a small package.
     
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  7. Goat

    Goat That crack is really moreish

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    I'm glad someone asked this question, I've always been curious as to who makes a good vac.
     

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