How to Make a Vacuum Attachment EASY - DIY Vacuum Extension Hack

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Step 1: STEP 1

For this project, you can use regular straws or plastic tubes (6" long, about 20 tubes or depending on your vacuum attachment diameter).

Cut each tube as shown on the picture.

Step 2: Step 2

Glue all the plastic tubes together using a hot glue gun and electrical tape. Insert the tubes into the vacuum hose (as shown). I recommend that you watch the video for these important steps.

Step 3: Final Result

This homemade vacuum extension allows you to clean small objects and tiny areas that are hard to reach with a regular vacuum attachment. It's also perfect to clean and remove dust, grains, small dirts without sucking up everything in the vacuum.

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    That is an awesome idea! I think this could be adopted for a woodshop where you want to keep larger pieces from hitting the blower. Thanks for sharing!

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    Thank you Dominic :)

    Oooh! What a handy idea! It would be great for window and door frames. It's always so difficult to get those vacuumed.

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    Thank you Penolopy :)