Ok Aldi lovers, get your gloves on – the latest budget buy is sure to have shoppers lining up and wrestling in-store.

Aldi special buys always have a hot ticket item, recently there have been a heap of kitchen gadgets on sale and cooking up a storm in the kitchen usually creates messy floors… well, in my case, disgusting floors (and God help us all if my husband gets cooking – he uses every utensil we own and according to him, cooks with ‘passion’).

Luckily Aldi seem to read minds and are selling a $39 wet and dry vacuum to clean up after us. Do you think they’ll also get someone to come and do it for me? That’d be amazing…

So here it is, the $39 wet and dry vacuum…. 

aldi wet and dry vacuum $39

Now, I don’t exactly know how these things work, but anything that does two things at once and saves me time sounds like a winner. I don’t mind vacuuming, but mopping drives me crazy – will this be the answer to my prayers? Possibly. For $39 I think I’ll give it a go – providing I can get my hands on one in the mad rush that is Aldi special buys.

My biggest concern is that this one is like the Kmart vacuum that cost $59 with the promise of performing like a Dyson…. that was a flop, I think it performed like the Dyson for about 10 minutes, then NEVER DID IT AGAIN. Anywho… I digress.

Aldi supermarkets are all around the world and this wet and dry vacuum is part of their own brand range, WorkZone. They’ve also got power tools on special buys this weekend in case you’re looking to grab an early Christmas present for someone, or perhaps you’re about to embark on some DIY projects around the house.

Have you used a wet and dry vacuum before? Will you be heading in-store to pick up one of these? SHARE with us in the comments below.

  • A family member got one of these from Aldi. It doesn’t work as well as it should.

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  • Wow, so cheap!
    We have a wet and dry vacuum and it’s good.

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  • Anyone got any reviews?

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  • Haven’t tried but looks interesting.

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  • alrightyyyy waiting for the reviews :D i’ll probably give it a go!

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  • They don’t mop! They can just vacuum up wet/ damp material.

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  • Another fun day lined up at Aldi

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  • I have never used one, but think it is a great idea (if they work), I won’t be braving the Aldi stores to get one, but I will be interested in reading reviews about Aldi products to learn more about their quality and longevity. I really wanted the Samosa maker but was unlucky :(

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  • I think that I would love one and the fact that it’s from ALDI is no surprise that’s great I want one for 39bucks!!!

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  • My mum had a Wet/Dry Vacuum many years ago, it was a real novelty then but failed to perform to what I would expect from a cleaning tool.
    I’ll give this one a miss even though the price is amazing – maybe too good to be true!

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  • No, I am not interested in buying this.

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  • There is always more customers than the product-I won’t bother. Always the same at Aldi;s.

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  • Tiles and wooden floors and no need for this machine.

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  • Might be interesting when you have carpets. I’m glad I’ve no carpets, just tiles and wooden floors which are easy to mop.


    • I agree – the clean up is so easy with wooden floors and tiles.

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  • Not sure whether I’d use a wet dry vacuum…but sceptical for this price.

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