Step 1: Materials
There are a few materials needed because this instructable is rather an easy one. However every material is important. The pictures below show most of the materials.
2 vacuums (preferably handheld or canister because they are light)
2 tubes that can fit from a vacuum to a vacuum glove
6 by 1/2 screws with washers
2 pieces of wood, the larger the area, the more weight it can hold( but be careful, the wood can get very heavy )
rubber to fit around the piece of wood
Most of the materials can be found at Lowes.
Step 2: Get the Wood Ready
I started by cutting the four corners off my two pieces of wood because I didn't have enough rubber to go all around the wood. Then, draw lines where the rubber is going to go because you must make sure the hole, where you put the tube from the vacuum, doesn't go through the area where the rubber is. The hole can be hard to get perfect but try as hard as you can to not get chunks of the wood around the hole messy. I used a drill piece (see picture) to get the hole almost perfect.
You can then drill the handles in.
Step 3: Get the Rubber In
The rubber is one of the hardest steps because it must be airtight with no mistakes. There are many ways to get the rubber in, but the one I used was I first screwed four screws in, then taped the outside.
Step 4: Connect the Vacuum to the Vacuum Glove
All that you have to do now is to connect the tube to the hole that you made in the vacuum glove and to the vacuum. You can tape the outside of the vacuum glove hole to the tube so that it is airtight.
Step 5: Finish
Now you're done. Just some quick tips, don't use it for too long, be safe because you can accidently turn the vacuum off and it will fall with you , and ask any questions that you have at the bottom.