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Earth and plant dust and gunpowder rainbow and plant earth and dust

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Rainbows don't really trap as much in the water as the salesman says. That's why they don't want you to suck up drywall dust. To the extent that dust floats in the air, it also stays just as suspended in the bubbles as they go through the tank. When the bubbles pop at the surface of the water in the tank, much of the airborne dust isn't trapped and gets sucked through the motor. The idea of sucking gunpowder through a Rainbow sounds interesting. There's sparks flying around the commutator in that motor and you could possibly have dust going through. Id like to watch you suck up gunpowder.....from a distance.

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