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    Careful with that. Back in the olden days when I was a chimney sweep
    (think Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins) I used a special steel vac
    because more than a couple of folks I knew sucked in some "cold" ashes
    that turned out to have live coals...and started the stuff in their
    vac on fire <grin>.


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    You can buy a steel lined hot ash Vac if you are so inclined.