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The ArmorAll A255 wet/dry car vac is compact, but has enough power to vacuum up all the loose change and old french fries that inevitably end up under our car seats. The ArmorAll vacuum can also be used as a blower around the yard, or for blow-drying the vehicle after it has been washed. The light weight also makes it useful for vacuuming stairs or furniture inside your home. Our home vacuum is a Eureka Airspeed from Lowes, and we found that some of the nozzles will fit on the ArmorAll hose which adds to the vacuum's usefulness.
Prior to buying the ArmorAll car vacuum we were using an old Sears Craftsman wet/dry vac and although the Sears vacuum still works great, it's meant for larger cleanup jobs and is a bit cumbersome to use for small jobs like vacuuming a car interior. When we purchased a new Chevy Trax last month it was time to buy a new car vac, and the ArmorAll A255 car vac on Amazon looked liked a good choice. ArmorAll also makes a smaller 12 volt car vac, that can be plugged into a car's cigarette lighter DC adapter but the difference was only $10 and the larger model seemed much more versatile.
The Wal-Mart in our area no longer carries this specific model so we bought the car vac on Amazon for $34.99, but the price changes all the time online so you'll need to check for the most current price. Some larger auto parts stores may also carry the vacuum. Here's a link to the ArmorAll A255 car vacuum user manual pdf.
Here's an unboxing and basic review of the ArmorAll A255 wet/dry car vac capabilities.