Reviewing: Fein DW1 Wet/Dry Clean-Up Kit

Fein DW1 Wet/Dry Clean-Up Kit

Fein DW1 Wet/Dry Clean-Up Kit
includes: handle, two 19″ stainless steel , upholstery nozzle, , brush, wet material filter and dry and wet floor pickups.

  • Basic clean up for 9-55-13 Turbo II vacuum
  • Fits directly onto the standard 1 1/4-Inch hose
  • Basic kit of most commonly used accessories
  • Includes 2 metal extension tubes, air reduction handle, upholstery nozzle, crevice tool, wet brush, floor brush with wheels, and an anti-foam filter for water pickup
  • Allows Turbo II to be used as a clean up vacuum

List Price: $ 129.40

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Question by Russ: Where can i find the best deal on woodworking bar clamp sets?
I’m just getting into woodworking and building my shop, and i’m looking to get as many bar type clamps as possible for as little as possible.
I was very close to picking up a set of wratcheting quick release clamps from a guy on craigslist, but someone else beat me to it.
I don’t want to wait for another used sale to come along again, so what are your suggertions for new clamps?

Best answer:

Answer by swf36D
Well, yard sales, flea markets and swap meets are always the most reasonable option, but if you can’t wait, I would suggest Ebay or Harbour Freight Tools. They have pretty reasonable prices.

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    • "woodboy"
    • June 19, 2013
    23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good quality tools!, June 21, 2000
    “woodboy” (North Bend, Wa) –

    This review is from: Fein DW1 Wet/Dry Clean-Up Kit (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I give the Clean-Up Kit 4 stars. Every item functions as it should and are made of high quality plastic. The extension wands are steel and the the squeegys on the wet attatchment are nice and sturdy. The favorite attatchment of mine is the big floor tool. This thing can be used through-out the entire house. It has a foot switch to raise and lower the high quaulity brushes for carpet or bare floors. The reason I only went 4 stars is because the tools are good enough to warrant the little springy balls that normally lock vac accessories together but Fein chose not to include. Alas, friction as usual will have to do.Other than that I highly recommend the kit.

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    • kevan d western
    • June 19, 2013
    24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good variety of quality tools, December 13, 2000
    kevan d western (Keller, Texas USA) –

    This review is from: Fein DW1 Wet/Dry Clean-Up Kit (Tools & Home Improvement)

    This kit includes a good variety of quality tools.

    The parts go together easily with only slight pressure. They stay together when you want them to, but you can still take them apart. Thus far, I have not had them stick together so tightly that I have had to struggle to disassemble them. This was a common and recurring problem with my old VAC.

    I especially like the floor brush. It has two rollers at the back of the unit that are larger enough that you can easily push it around in the typical shop floor dust and wood clips. It also has a built-in lever that permits you to lower bristle strips along the front and rear edges. The benefit is that for shop applications, you can leave the bristle strips retracted and the small wood chips won’t have anything to cling to. You’ll vacuum them right up. But for interior use or for fine particle dust, the bristles help attract and pick them up.

    This package is a nice addition to your Fein VAC.

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    • kendyed
    • June 19, 2013

    China,,or woodworking show…

    • Jeffrey J
    • June 19, 2013

    The absolute best bang for your buck for clamps are “Pony” brand pipe clamps, the heads will be about $ 17 a pair, and the pipes (i use 1/2″) are going to be about $ 20 per pair, so you are talking well under $ 20 per clamp for 48″ clamps. These things are practically indestructible, and will last you a lifetime. You will be buying and replacing “quick-clamps” forever. You can make them any lenght you want. I can’t recommend these strongly enough for any wood worker any any level (and remember you can never have enough clamps)

    • puzzledinphx.
    • June 19, 2013

    You can also try They aren’t the best by far, but they are cheap.

    • Bobs MonOncle
    • June 19, 2013

    Rockler seems to be running regular specials on various clamps for about the last 4 months.

    One inexpensive way to go is to buy a half-dozen heads for 3/4″ pipe clamps, then go to Lowe’s and get a variety of lengths of pipes in pairs, from about 18″ up to 6′. You will not need all them at once, so swap lengths to get something workable for your project.

    I have the Harbor Freight F clamps and I use them for “leave-behinds” when I’m doing a job and need to leave and have the clamps on for overnight. At $ 2-3 each, it’s cheaper than running back. They are not as good as Bessey & Jorgenson, but are, for the money, relatively good.

    When you have some extra cash, get some parallel head clamps like Bessey K-bodies or their newer competion. I only have one set of these in 30″ size and find them useful.

    Irwin quick clamps are also good in either regular or extra heavy versions.

    Wood hand-screw clampss are good for clamping angled surfaces.

    I don’t have a lot of use for C-Clamps.

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