Author Topic: How do you clean your CT (inside and out) after particularly dirty work?  (Read 256 times)

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Offline thisvacuumsucks

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used my CT for sucking up some nasty water. now the entire thing could use a nice rinse - both inside and out. just not sure how to go about that.

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Offline Alex

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Whenever I need to clean things of this size, I take it to the shower, let the water run, and use a brush and a sponge to clean it while I sit there on my knees. It works great.

With the vac of course you only do the tub like this. The motor unit is done with a wet cloth only, far away from the shower.