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Old 06-01-2016, 07:16 AM   #21
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Okay. Bit the bullet and then drank the green Kool-aid today. Purchase the Midi extractor and the DTS 400 sander. Used them pretty much all day and the window sills I redid looked really sweet. I won't go so far as to say this thing proved itself invaluable to me in one day (close) but I don't think I have ever purchased a piece of equipment I felt this good about acquiring - ever. In fact, if I liked it anymore, I'd feel like I was cheating on my wife.

BTW - much of their stuff, except the tools, is on sale for 15% off until the end of June.
That's awesome Dan! I made the plunge 3 years ago and can't imagine working without it. Now when I see a painter or drywaller hand sanding with dust all over themselves I feel sorry for them.

I have three sanders, the ets 125, the RO90, and the DTS400. I use the 125 the most by far. If you're sanding drywall patches (which I do everyday) I think it's the fastest and has the best dust extraction. The DTS400 is my choice for trim and cabinets, and the RO90 is an exterior beast.

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