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Old 27-10-2018, 05:37 PM   #1
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Question Protection from vacuum nozzle marks

I've noticed that if I'm not careful when vacuuming interior plastics, the vacuum nozzle can leave a mark. Are there any specific aftermarket vacuum nozzles that have a softer end/edge than the standard hard plastics? Or does anyone have a hack to avoid this problem?
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Old 27-10-2018, 05:38 PM   #2
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Its not a nozzle but you can use duck tape to tape the edges.
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You could use gaffer tape or file/sand down any sharp edges on the tip of the vaccing tool
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Here's an idea.
Have a small piece of MF covering the end of the nozzle held in place tightly with elastic band.
Cut a small hole in the center at the nozzle opening.
Voila.......non scratching nozzle
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Old 27-10-2018, 07:56 PM   #5
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Sand down the edges! I’ve never had any marks from the nozzle
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Thanks for all the suggestions.

@HEADPHONES - I've had the exact same idea! I'll give it a go, thanks
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I’ve noticed a non genuine Henry replacement nozzle did cause scratching. I’ve tried 3 time at ordering from amazon (seller amazon) and each time they send me an non OEM one.
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Sand down the edges! I’ve never had any marks from the nozzle
Yes. Larry at AMMO does it too......I think he copied me
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Old 28-10-2018, 12:05 AM   #9
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I have some tesa tape wrapped around the end, works well for me.
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