Shop-Vac's Wet/Dry Vac is a multiple-use vacuum cleaner that has been produced by the Shop-Vac Corp. since the 1950s. Most vacuum cleaners will break if they suck up large amounts of liquid, but not the Wet/Dry Shop-Vac. Turn on vacuum.[/*:m:8uyd7p3r] Press liner around vac hose with your hands to create enough suction to start drawing the liner. (This is gonna take a while so be patient!)[/*:m:8uyd7p3r] Once the vacuum has a decent amount of vacuum on the liner so that it holds the liner to the walls you can let go holding the liner around the vac hose.
This vac has good suction and is sill quite enough to use indoors. Does not tip over like other shop vacs I have used. con: the extension tubes are a bit rickety. I would rig up a single piece of PVC if I did not move so much. How the car made it back from a 40 minute drive, I will never understand. For 'leaks' like this, there's not much diagnosing This was fixed with a pocket full of cash and a man who could weld. That man was not me. For those who don't know, Shop-Vacs have both a suction inlet and a blower outlet.Now suction power is an important feature to consider when buying any shop vac. That is especially the case when using the vacuum in your garage or workspace. Remember the shop vac cleans up sawdust, metals, and liquid spills. Thus, the suction power is what gives shop vac this capacity to clean up faster and easier.