Car used handy vacuum cleaner with long cord#H06A

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Product Description:

Model: H06A

 

Best features:

1, Car used vacuum cleaner;

2, Long cord 6m;

3, 2 small tools (crevie tool + oval brush);

 

 

 

Product Specifications:

12V voltage

Dust bag capacity 0.6L

 

 

Packing and shipping information:

Product size: 140*130*500mm

GB size: 150*140*550mm

Outer carton: 495*430*335mm

Load qty (20'/40'/40H'): 3600/7200/8600pcs


Quick Details

  • Type: Ultra Fine Air Filter

  • Installation: Hand Held

  • Bag Or Bagless: Bagless

  • Function: Dry

  • Certification: CB, CE, EMC, EMF, GS, RoHS

  • Voltage (V): 12

  • Model Number: H06A

  • Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

Packaging

Selling Units:Single item
Single package size:14X13X50 CM
Single gross weight:2.0 KG


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Stick vacuums come in cordless as well as standard plug-in models and while not having an electric cord adds to the versatility of the tool, it does mean pricey battery replacements, less power performance and recharging energy use. There's also the local availability of battery replacements that should be considered before buying a cordless vacuum. To decide whether a cordless model is right for your home, consider where you'll keep it and whether a plug-in is readily located. If a hands-off type of surface cleaning tool is more to your liking, a robot vacuum may be something to consider. Although much more expensive than a stick vacuum, a robot can do the job while you're out. If you don't like using a broom or mop to sweep or just want to shorten cleaning time, a stick vacuum is a quick way to clear crumbs and dirt from the dining or kitchen floor.
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Vacuum cleaners have suction that is way too powerful to use on internal organs. Didn't you see the 1000 Ways to Die episode where the idiot used a shop vac to perform his own liposuction and disemboweled himself and bled to death? Same principle. Besides, pumping the stomach would not help with food poisoning, which comes from bacteria or toxins in the food. By the time you use a pump, the bacteria or toxin is in the bloodstream and your vacuuming action is futile.
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Q:I'm thinking of Buying a Bissell Pro Heat 2 Upright Steam Cleaner, do I need to also have a regular Vacuum?
You have to have both. Steam cleaners aren't designed to be vacuum cleaners. (I haven't heard of a dual purpose one yet.) You need a vacuum cleaner for weekly general cleaning in between steaming and you use the steam cleaner for cleaning every couple months or if have a particularly tough stain in carpet or a large house party to clean up after. Or just buy the vacuum cleaner and rent a steamer when you need it. Or hire Stanley Steamer to steam clean for you. The only people who really need to own a steamer and use it frequently are those with white/light carpets and lots of foot traffic and pets.
Q:My vacuum cleaners' brush wont spin when on floor----spins when you take it off the floor, belt is not broken?
Is there a switch to turn it to bare floor? If it has, check to see . Brushes won't turn it it's doing bare floors. Also Take out the Beater Bar, and check at the ends that insert into the roller part. There might be a lot of hair restricting it from turning. Take the roller assembly completely out and check the sockets on the sides. clean out any hair and thread or anything else. Before putting the thing back together, squeeze some dry graphite on any turning parts except where the belt goes. Rub a little bit of bar soap on the belt.(I doubt if you have any belt dressing) Bye
Q:help with vacuum cleaners...?
You need the AMPS to determine the suction power the more AMPS they have the better suction power you'll get- but here is a very, very good vacuum to look into- It is a Bissel Powerforce Bagless Vacuum-my son bought his at Wal-mart and I use his all the time! It has 4 re-usable filters that you can rinse out and an attachment brush that has rotaion on it that I use on my bed and once after I had washed my bed spread it had those little lint pills all over it that I tried to shave off- well I tried this attachment and it took them off like it was nothing! I think he only paid like maybe $100 or less for his and it is now MY favorite vacuum!
Q:What do you my neighbour is doing with his vacuum cleaner?
Hmmm I've known guys who were very VERY fond of their vacuum cleaners. I imagine that would be kinda painful though? :-S

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