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New drill for mixing / ripping up floors advice reviews and feedback 2017

hi I work on site a lot And use makita battery power tools I really need a mixer but I also strip and retile a lot of floors after searching a lot I've come to the conclusion of this....

New drill for mixing / ripping up floors
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