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    Hi Guys
    Hope everyone’s busy and earning well? Had a thought while lugging the sanding machine around site today, has anyone ever made a hoover that you could wear like a rucksack? Is there one on the market, is there a reason why there is not? Am I the only one that has thought about it? Surely it would make life easier .Well that was my random thought for the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by studley View Post
    Hi Guys
    Hope everyone’s busy and earning well? Had a thought while lugging the sanding machine around site today, has anyone ever made a hoover that you could wear like a rucksack? Is there one on the market, is there a reason why there is not? Am I the only one that has thought about it? Surely it would make life easier .Well that was my random thought for the day
    Think of your back and the leads tripping you over, in fact i could think of loads of reasons not to make one, but can`t think of any reasons to actually making one!

    What you been smoking?

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    I want to be a ghostbuster

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    :wtf1: :why:

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    I would take it further and have a pair of trousers that fill with dust and you can empty them discreetly on the way to the van.

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    What something like this??

    If it's no good for Drywall you could use it to suck the crappy England Team up
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    Its not big enough

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    http://belesvideoizle.com/video/roka...73u_RLDSo.html this video shows a few Rokamat products, one of which is the backpacked gecko drywall sander. no word as to its quality of work, but there it is
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightrock View Post
    http://belesvideoizle.com/video/roka...73u_RLDSo.html this video shows a few Rokamat products, one of which is the backpacked gecko drywall sander. no word as to its quality of work, but there it is
    Wow! They make some kit, don't they.

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    all joking aside in principle sounds quite good but don't know how practible it would be

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    my first boss had the best labour saving sanding idea... while i was learning the trade many muck moons ago...he got me to do it while he went off to the cafe he was on a pigs back for sure
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