The article below is written by an expert. It explains how to get more out of your Festool vacuums. You will learn how to increase the performance of your vacuums.
Get More Out of Your Festool Vacuum Setup
By: Mark Hahn, Expert Vacuum Technician
What are some tips and tricks I can share with you to make your vacuums perform better? What do you think are the most important things to consider when buying or upgrading a new vacuum? Are there any other products that could work just as well but aren’t quite as expensive?
I’ve been vacuuming for over 20 years now, and I have had the pleasure of working on thousands of different models. My goal here today is to give you some tips and tricks that may help you improve your vacuums’ performance. These tips are based on my own experience with vacuums, research into existing literature, reading reviews from customers, and speaking with experts in their field.
It is important to consider the diameter of the hose. You want it to be wide enough to let air flow through, but not so wide that it clogs easily with debris and pet hairs. Duct tape can also be used to seal any leaks around the hose’s connection points.
It is important to make sure the hose is long enough for you to comfortably use the vacuum without straining your back or arms.
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