The DynaVac is a tool that I invented, developed, applied for a patent on, and marketed mainly to Broadcast Television & Radio stations worldwide to be used to clean electronics and electro-mechanical assemblies better and quicker than traditional methods. In its simplest terms, the DynaVac is basically a hand-held, custom-machined vacuum nozzle with a precision, push-button spray nozzle attached at the vacuum nozzle end. The other end of the fluid push-button assembly tubing is connected to a commercial-grade, pressurized canister of electronics cleaning fluid. The operator turns on the vacuum, typically a shopvac, brings the nozzle tip to within 2-3 inches of the surface or object to be cleaned, presses the spray button and the electronics-grade cleaning fluid coats the surface or object. At the same time, the vacuum acts on the surface tension of the cleaning fluid and pulls it, any dirt, dust, particulate matter, grease and oil out and away from the cleaning area, leaving behind no residue, and deposits it within the shopvac.