Guttervac attachment

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  1. bill

    bill Active Member
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    Is their an attachment to put on my guttervac so i can hoover up water
     
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  2. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    if it just a vacuum cleaner then no as you need to use a wet & dry vac for gutter clearing
     
  3. bill

    bill Active Member
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    No its an omnipole guttervac wet and dry
     
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    So are you on about an auto drain out?
     
  5. bill

    bill Active Member
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    No just
    no just simething to fit on the pole so i can use it like a hoover it a 51mm od carbon fibre pole
     
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    I take it you want to clear water from guttering?
     
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    If so any nozzle type you got with your guttervac will suck up water surely?
     
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    If guttering is full of water like this one the all I do is unblock the downspout first so there is no need to suck up large quantities of water in the vac then have the hassle of getting rid of it.

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  9. bill

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    No it cleans gutters brilliantly im thinking of an attachment abit like the end of a hoover to clear standing water from drives etc
     
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    Do you have a dump hose on your vac? Mines got one but haven't explored using it as a 'water pump' yet, as you are saying? I assume if you fit a dump hose, it will drain as it fills.

    Smurf, on that pic it's its the drain that's blocked, wouldn't you want to drain the gutter first or the whole lot would Rush out when the drain block was released?
     
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