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Hyde

Model 09170

Internet #100659753

Vac-Pole Sanding Kit for Shop-Type Vacuum Cleaners

$30.37 /each
  • 6ft hose that reaches most areas and ceilings
  • Little to no dust
  • Suitable for use with all shop type vacuums

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The Hyde Tools Vac-Pole Sanding Kit for Shop-Type Vacuum Cleaners comes with a 6 ft. hose that can work with various shop-type vacuums. This sanding kit helps with clean drywall sanding. It features an Easyclamp system and universal thread.

  • Fits shop-type vacuums
  • Universal thread for use with an extension pole (not included)
  • Allows for drywall sanding with little to no dust
  • Easyclamp system for quick and easy abrasive loading
  • Includes a 6 ft. hose, coupling adapters and a medium grit sand-screen

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When using this with a shop vac is there a certin type of filter to put on vacume?

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Mudding and sanding cellings and walls.
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June 24, 2016
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Yes. There will be a filter designed to capture sheetrock dust.
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April 8, 2016
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Yes, I have a 5 gal. shop vac and I buy the high efficiency filter, I believe the bag states it is for drywall.
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Could this work on a popcorn ceiling? Every room in my house has popcorn and hand scraping it off takes forever, my arms and back need a break!

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January 30, 2016
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February 28, 2016
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I tried a couple of different methods for getting rid of my popcorn ceilings. Finally came up with using the wallpaper steamer and scraping off that way, no dust and just one swipe with the scraper.
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February 6, 2016
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Dont kid yourself..its meant for sanding drywall mud on joints ..if you think scraping is a lot of work dont try this for that job.
Your better to have it slimmed over with drywall mud
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Coll this work on a painted drywall wall?

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No once it is painted its sealed, you would be better off skim coating the surface with drywall mud then lightly sand it then sealer and paint it.
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Could this be used to remove a stippled ceiling?

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No you would be better off to spray it with water and scrape it with a wide drywall blade, don't soak it just lightly. If you tried this sander it would take forever and if its not flat to the ceiling the vac would not pickup. After you get it mostly off then you could sand it, The problem is once the ceiling is painted its sealed and almost impossible to sand you might have to skim coat the ceiling with Read More
No you would be better off to spray it with water and scrape it with a wide drywall blade, don't soak it just lightly. If you tried this sander it would take forever and if its not flat to the ceiling the vac would not pickup. After you get it mostly off then you could sand it, The problem is once the ceiling is painted its sealed and almost impossible to sand you might have to skim coat the ceiling with drywall mud Hope this helps you good luck. Read Less
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 122 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So easy with no mess I love this product! I've been thinking about, worrying over, and procrastinating a major painting project for the past 5 years because I needed to cover old oil-based, Semi-gloss, Alkyd paint. I studied and learned that I would need to lightly sand the old paint, to remove gloss, before covering it with new primer and acrylic paint. and I dreaded the prospect! I found this product, and decided to give it a try. It was so easy to use, and there was no paint dust to choke on. I didn't even use the dust masks which I had purchased because this product sands and cleans up all in one step. The sanding went much faster than the painting, and I wondered why I had worried and procrastinated for so long. August 24, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Better than dust, but not much It's not greatest tool in the box, but it did capture a lot of dust that otherwise would have been difficult to clean. I would use this again for remodel work where this is a lot of surrounding finished space that I would rather not coat in dust, but for new work would go back to just sanding blocks. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dust free This works better then I thought it would. It's a little more work sanding with a shop vac attached to your sander but once you get the feel for it it's not bad. I sanded my kitchen and dinning room walls and ceilings and no dust, well worth it! June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Much better than expected. I used this to sand the bottom of my sailboat. This with a fine dust bag for my shop vac did a great job reducing sanding dust. I would estimate 90% or better dust collected. I used the 120 grid sanding screens this time, next time I'll try 80 grid paper with some holes punched in them. This product worked much better than I expected. April 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good but with flaws The sander initially did a great job. Basically vacuumed 98% of the dust when sanding. Used in one bedroom sanding it twice and worked great until the last 25% of the 2nd sanding. The unit pieces are held together with rivets. After a short time of usage the rivets become loose and it becomes hard to sand with. The sanding pad continuously wants to flip and not stay flat against the surface your sanding. You have to only sand holding the pad at a 45 degree position to the direction your sanding. If the unit was held together with a nut and bolt then the user could adjust the tension. For the price it is good. I would rather have spent 30% more for better quality construction of the unit. January 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Handy Little Tool I was skeptical but gave it a try. It did a surprisingly good job at sucking in all the dust as I sanded the wall. The attachment fit perfectlyI on my shop vac. The best part if not having dust everywhere!!. March 7, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Hobby grade, not contractor grade Very difficult to keep the head on track at a proper angle. The pivot doesn't provide a lot of support, and head constantly binds and flips to the side, regardless of how much or little pressure. It was also hard to keep the pole from unscrewing. I wound up using the hand sander instead February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great This should be carried in stores! This makes sanding sheet rock work easy and keeping the area cleaner and greatly reduces the suspended particulate in the air! February 10, 2016
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