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Old 09-19-2016, 11:57 AM   #41
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Can't tell you how many holes drilled, cuts with a saber saw, and sanding with a Dremel tool, I've done with the shop vac nozzle in the other hand. It's easier to suck up the mess as you make it.

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Old 09-19-2016, 12:04 PM   #42
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If it is a long run, tie a cotton ball to the end.
That's were a Tampon comes in handy. As it already has a string attached.
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That's were a Tampon comes in handy. As it already has a string attached.
For larger diameter conduit, take a poly shopping bag (for all you "green" types) and make a small bubble (trapped air) in one corner. Wrap/tie your pulling string with electrical tape to seal bubble and stuff it into the conduit. Easy-peasy
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