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Ryobi 18V One+ Project Wet/Dry Vacuum

Ryobi Hard Surface Tool

But, where do you put the Hard Surface Tool when not in use? It can be stowed onboard, nestled in the bin on the side.

If you're like me, you pulled your Ryobi 18V One+ Project Wet/Dry Vacuum right out of the box and wondered where the hell the tools were. Not to worry, they're around there somewhere.

By the way, if you want to use the blower function of the vacuum, don't lose the Hard Surface Tool, you'll need it to insert into output side of the vacuum to funnel the air pressure through the hose. Photo: Ryan King, 2019.

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