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    Which vacuum has the best 'sucking up spiders' attachment?

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    Palma
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    Which vacuum has the best 'sucking up spiders' attachment?

    Post by Palma on 11/12/2015, 22:53

    Look, I live alone and I can't bear them. So this is the only answer. I didn't invite them into my flat.

    I can take the end off my current vac and suck them up the tube but it's a bit hitty/missy. So when I can afford it I'll be replacing this one. Can't afford anything fancy mind.
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    Re: Which vacuum has the best 'sucking up spiders' attachment?

    Post by Jennifer Yellow Hat on 12/12/2015, 01:52

    The Dyson cordless ones are excellent for that sort of thing as you don't have to faff about with plugging it in. Not cheap but they are often on offer in Argos or Currys.

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    Re: Which vacuum has the best 'sucking up spiders' attachment?

    Post by Palma on 13/12/2015, 20:12

    Jennifer Yellow Hat wrote:The Dyson cordless ones are excellent for that sort of thing as you don't have to faff about with plugging it in. Not cheap but they are often on offer in Argos or Currys.


    Yes, yes, but what's the configuration of the spider-suckup attachment? More attention to detail please.

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