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  • Jessica Young

    all you need to do is sweep the crumbs in the general direction of the Eye Vac and it will suck them all up! I saw these at hair salons and thought they were cool:)

  • Cynthia Neal

    All you need to do is sweep the crumbs in the general direction of the Eye Vac and it will suck them all up! Dust pans are my enemy!! I would dieee!

  • Mandy Morgan

    Coolest vacuum gadget. I want one!!

  • Shannon N

    Sweep the crumbs in the general direction of the Eye Vac and it will suck them all up. No dustpans, no bending over. This would get alot of use in my house!

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