Expired: Just $13.04 (56% off) Stanley 1-Gallon Portable Wet Dry Vacuum

$ 13.04
Walmart offers Stanley 1-Gallon Portable Wet Dry Vacuum for $13.04 which saves you $16.93 from its list price. It features a high-performance motor, lightweight, compact design, wall-mount storage design. It has a 6-Feet power ...

It includes a flexible hose, crevice nozzle, utility nozzle, reusable dry filter, and foam filter.

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