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Well it's been a while since I've posted to this forum and at that time I was just getting my Dillon XL650 set up. In the mean time I picked up a Dillon RL 550b also. I have the 650 set for 9mm and the 550 for 45acp I love them both they both work smooth with no hiccups, except when I mess up, ha.

Now that brings me to a question, what do all of you do for powder spills? I know none of you have ever done that so this only apples to me. Do you use a vacuum, compressor (blowing it every where) or?

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I use a Ryobi One + Tuff Sucker wet/dry hand vacuum, its battery operated and has attachments to get into smaller places.

I figured with the wet /dry feature it shouldn't be a problem with powder as if water can't get to the motor, powder shouldn't be able to either.
 
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