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Hoover Air Lift Bagless Upright Vacuum (Manufacturer Refurbished)
The vacuum head’s three channels of suction lift surface debris and dirt embedded deep into your carpet. Everything is then passed through advanced filters to remove pet dander, pollen, and dust without sacrificing suction power. This allows for consistent cleaning across the entire floor.
Quickly Adapts to Any Surface
The cleaning head automatically senses the thickness of your carpets, adjusting to the optimal height for cleaning long shag carpeting or thin Oriental rugs. A button on the handle shifts the head from carpet to hard-floor mode, making it easy to go from cleaning pet hair on the living room rug to sucking crumbs off the kitchen floor.
Easy to Maneuver
With an effortless twist of the handle, the cleaning head turns to guide you around furniture and tight corners. Detach the vacuum’s canister to carry it when cleaning stairs, high shelves, fans, or any other hard-to-reach spot.
- Model number: UH72510RM
- Includes a pivoting dusting brush for fans, turbo tool, and crevice tool for detailed cleaning
- Condition: manufacturer refurbished
- Product dimensions: 14”x12”x34.7”
- Product weight: 26lb.
W. H. Hoover’s name has long been identified with vacuum cleaners—in Britain, “Hoovering” is common slang for using the vacuum. But Hoover didn’t come up with the product that made him famous. Instead, the credit for Hoover’s original motorized vacuum model goes to a janitor named Murray Spangler, who had been looking for a way to eliminate the dust that aggravated his asthma. In 1908, a year after Spangler’s invention, Hoover bought the patent and brought Spangler aboard, and they quickly grew from there. The device has grown a long way from its original—called a “suction sweeper” and made out of a tin soap box, a fan, a sateen pillow case, and a broom handle. But Hoover has never stopped prioritizing floor care, offering a variety of cleaning solutions, including vacuums and carpet and hard-floor cleaners.
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