Find Best Household acarus-removal vacuum cleaner HT-558/SL-558

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1. humanized design and elegant appearance

2. contact-point pressure, uv lamp lights when touch fabric

3. repeatedly washed filter

4. Electrolux Addison

5. remove acarus and dust thoroughly



1.rated voltage:220v

2.Rated power:400W

3.The noise:<65dB

4. Vacuum degree:14kpa

5.Neight weight:1.6kg

6.Rated frequency:50HZ

7.The length of power cord:4.0M

8.Dust capacity:0.5L

9.Size of Color box:300X200X340mm

10.Size of packing600X350X660mm










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Q:Vacuum always clogging
Do you brush your cat every day? I know you said he/she hardly sheds, but if there's softball size hair in the vacuum after 2 uses, maybe you just don't see the hair because it's so fine. You may have to vacuum every 2 or 3 days, just so there's not so much hair at one time. I guess you're going to have to check the hose after every use too, just to make sure there's no build up. Hope this helps. Good luck!
Q:What is a great vacuum for small spaces?
You clearly do not understand the nature of that which you speak. You are insisting in applying human terms to that which is not human. On human terms space is a vacuum, which by definition contain nothing. But in physics terms space is a something through which all things, including energies, must pass. In this case space can indeed be bent by a sufficiently large gravitational force. When this happens anything which passes through this space will follow a curved path with respect to the curvature of the space but will follow a straight path with respect to itself. This fact has been proven using the light from a distant star, and observing the curvature as the light passes beside a nearer star, the gravitational field of which bends space, causing the light from the distant star to bend. Thus, the image of the distant star appears in a different (but predictable) position than it would have had the near star not been present. However, bending space cannot be done by scientists, because scientists cannot generate gravity. The bending of space can only be observed as it occur naturally, when space is 'bent' by the gravitational field of a star.
Q:Can someone recommend a really potent vacuum cleaner?
the new shark navigator at 199.00. find a demo at bed bath beyond. it's a great machine and lots less expensive than dyson.
Q:Are their any vacuum steam cleaners on the market worth recommending?
Bissell have a very good one.
Q:Are the kirby Vacuum cleaners really a good investment?
Came from generations of Kirby users hands down before commercial vacuum cleaners best on market but I dont buy new I go to pawn shops I can tell very quickly if in good shape and pick for less than 200 dollars for units 3 years old with all attachements. Now I have switched to commercial it has 40 pounds of suction is self propelled and has attachements built in bought used at vacuum cleaner store goes from floor to carpet as well now I have changed my mind commercial is built to handle the job go over floors just once!!! 53 years of vacuuming at your service lol
Q:What is the best vacuum cleaner brand around $100.?
In my experience, NONE of the mass market vacuums are much good. They are full of bright colors and features but as actual cleaning appliances they are merely fair. Worse than that, they are all prone to failing at a relatively young age. Spending more money on a Dyson is not a good investment. Its main gig is the gimmick of the bagless design. At work we use Sanitaire SC vacuums. SC is a commercial model but don't let that stop you - the goal is to get dirt off the carpet. Sanitaire used to be a division of Eureka, but Electrolux bought them out. Don't worry, it's still the same design they've been building since the 1960s. No joke. 1960s. I guess when you come up with something that works, you don't screw it up by changing it. Anyway, I have homeless workers helping clean the place up with these things. Being homeless volunteers you could reasonably expect them to be tough on the equipment, and you'd be right. But some of these vacuum cleaners are about six years old and still going strong. You can get parts easily on the internet (OKorder has just about everything) and most of the repairs, when repairs are needed, only require a screwdriver. Belt changes are done in seconds. Emptying out the bag takes two minutes, tops - less if you don't spring for the slightly more expensive, reusable cloth bag, but then you have to keep replacement bags around. Not a big deal and the bags are available everywhere. Sanitaire SC series vacuums are available around the $100 level. I've been using them for decades - no exaggeration - and have tried many other machines. I keep coming back to Sanitaires. Good luck with it.
Q:when buying a vacuum cleaner?
get something light weight definetly. you didnt mention the budget but i would recommend an oreck i use them for work you would love it only 8 lbs and lays flat to get under beds. but they cost like 150-300 bucks.they have bags. i think bagless sucks, its really dirty and gross to clean the filter and empty the container but you can get like a dirt devil for like 50 bucks 12 amps and it works fine.
Q:When were wet/dry vacuums invented?
Daniel Hess of West Union, Iowa invented a vacuum cleaner in 1860, calling it a carpet sweeper instead of a vacuum cleaner. His machine did, in fact, have a rotating brush like a traditional carpet sweeper, and also possessed an elaborate bellows mechanism on top of the body to generate suction of dust and dirt. Hess received a patent (US No. 29.077) for his invention of the vacuum cleaner on July 10, 1860 British engineer, Hubert Cecil Booth patented a motorized vacuum cleaner on August 30, 1901. Booth's machine took the form of a large, horse-drawn, petrol-driven unit, which was parked outside the building to be cleaned with long hoses being fed through the windows. Booth first demonstrated his vacuuming device in a restaurant that same year and successfully sucked dirt. More Americans inventors introduced variations of the same cleaning-by-suction type contraptions. For example, Corinne Dufour invented a device that sucked dust into a wet sponge; and, David Kenney designed a huge machine that was installed in a cellar and connected to a network of pipes leading to each room of a house. Of course, these early versions of vacuum cleaners were bulky, noisy, smelly, and unsuccessful.
Q:The Kirby vacuum?
DON'T Pay full price for the Kirby! If you really want one, you can haggle them down. You can get them down to 1,100 or less, and if that doesn't work, get a new sales person. Kirby's do last for a very long time.
Q:What is the working principle of a vacuum cleaner?
The internal pressure is much lower than the external pressure, the pressure difference effect, dust and dirt with air into the vacuum cleaner barrel, and then after the dust bag filter, dust in the dust bag, purifying the air can pass through the motor to escape into the room again, the cooling of the motor and the air purifying function

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