• Handheld Vacuum Cleaner uv sterilization for bed mattress sofa System 1
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Handheld Vacuum Cleaner uv sterilization for bed mattress sofa

Handheld Vacuum Cleaner uv sterilization for bed mattress sofa

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UV light for killing mites & bacteria
GS,ROHS,CE approval
Sample lead time:
around 10 days
Bulk order lead time:
around 35 days
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TT deposit 30% ,70% against BL


  • UV light for killing mites & bacteria

  • 254Wnm UV wave 

  • 12000 hours lifetime for UV light, 3 point sense protect for eyes

  • Beat 3600 times/min

  • Steriliization for bed,sofa,pillow,bed sheet, curtain etc

  • Handheld vacumm are small, lightweight machines designed for qucik cleans

Handheld Vacuum Cleaner uv sterilization for bed mattress sofa1. Product details

Product ModelBST-701Size300x290x160mm

250 W 

(motor with copper winding)

Vacuum(KPa)≥10Wire length(m)4.5 m
Dust capacity100mlPlug

VDE plug


1. 1 small brush

Handheld Vacuum Cleaner uv sterilization for bed mattress sofa

Handheld Vacuum Cleaner uv sterilization for bed mattress sofa

2. Packing 

Packing information
Package4pc/ctnPackage Size355x415x700 mm
Loading ability 1100 pcs for 1x20'GPLoading ability

2225 pcs for 40'GP

Loading ability2575 pcs for 40'HQMOQ1100 pcs

3. Factory information

Handheld Vacuum Cleaner uv sterilization for bed mattress sofa

Handheld Vacuum Cleaner uv sterilization for bed mattress sofa

Handheld Vacuum Cleaner uv sterilization for bed mattress sofa

Handheld Vacuum Cleaner uv sterilization for bed mattress sofa

4. FAQ

 Q: Are you a factory or trading company?

A: We are a factory since 2003.


Q: What is your MOQ?

A: 1 x 40HQ, you can mix different models.


Q: Can I get some samples?

A: Yes, sample lead time is around 10 days.


Q: How is your product quality?

A: Clients include Wal-Mart and Carrefour. GS/CE/EMC/EMF/RoHs/ERP/ETL/CB approval.


Q: Where can I use this machine?

A: You can use for sand cleaning, wall cleaning, flooring cleaning, window cleaning, under bed, under desk, wall corner, air conditioner…

Q:My year old Bissell vacuum is starting to not work so well. It has way less suction than it used to and it makes weird sounds. Our upstairs is all hardwood linoleum so all I'm using it for my crazy 6' X 9' rug in the living room. Maybe all that cat hair is extra hard on vacuums? I don't know why I can't find one that will last. The one I had before this was a Eureka and it still had suction, but the rotating brush in the front broke out after 3 years of use. And it was used in an all carpeted house.What I love about my vacuum most is the compartment in the front that lets me easily dump out the dust instead of having to change a bag. But how to I search through the various upright vacuum cleaners to find one that isn't going to die after a year? Some of them say they are designed for many years, but how do I know what is real in those advertisements? Can any of you tell me what you use and how long it has worked for you? Thanks.
Consumer Reports is usually good reference. We bought a Sears Kenmore Blue Moon Cannister vacuum this summer when we tiled our entire house and ripped out all of the carpet. With the hard floor attachment it works very well. It also has low emissions due to the fact it uses a bag to catch the stuff and also has a HEPA filter. It is a pretty stout vacuum and all of the attachments and stuff are in a storage compartment on top of the main body. We also have an upright that you can turn the beater bar off and use on hard floors. It works ok, but if you're going to use it on hard floors it is best just to take the belt off of the damn thing because the stopper isn't an electric switch, but a mechanical gizmo that pulls the belt back so it can't make contact with the motor. When you hit furniture or a wall, it pops back into place. That feature was not very useful and would have been much better if it were an electrical switch. Just remember, more $ doesn't necessiarily mean a better vacuum.
Q:Can you recommend a good vacuum cleaner that uses HEPA filters to filter the exhaust air?
It's been soldout online ever since that issue hit the newstands. Bought mine instore. Works great for dog hair and no dusty smell from exhaust.
Q:how many brands are there except Shark navigator?have u tried them? are they really easy?
The okorder /... I believe that Hoover originated the lift off design a few years ago. I've not used this one, but I have seen it kicking around warehouse retailers when was first released. To be honest, I think that the lift off canister design is far more hype than actually useful - regardless of the brand name. The theory of a smaller, portable vacuum is good, no doubt, but having to carry/hold the vacuum in one hand while you operate it with the other kind of defeats the purpose.
Q:I was just wondering why they are so afraid of hoovers/vacuum cleaners.My dogs are frightened of it.
My younger dog thinks vacuuming is a fantastic game. He's outside, and when the vacuum goes anywhere near the door, you see his head go down, his eyes lock, and he stalks the thing through our door. He barks and leaps and wags his entire behind. Nutter. My older one, on the other hand, couldn't run fast enough. Hates it. Both dogs hate the hose, though. And the younger cannot stand scooters, prams, other dogs, skateboards, strangers, and children. He doesn't attack, except other dogs, he just hides behind me. I think this is partly my fault- I hate everything on that list, except other dogs, so I probably don't help.
Q:survey - why do vacuum cleaners suck so much ?
Because that's what their suppose to do.
Q:Hey people, please help me if you know anything about vacuum cleaners....I put a new bag in it, but it has no suction and its not spinning when I turn it over, could it be the belt or what?!?!
Q:Why are dogs afraid of vacuum cleaners?
Vacuums are loud.
Q:Okay its the commercial where the women are using these vacuum cleaners and when they are vacuuming its sqeaking. It sounds like a bunch of dog toys. I know this is confusing! I just want to know what brand and vacuum they are advertising for!
The dyson I easily have 5 childrens I easily have had it for 3 years and it in simple terms keeps on going for outdoors jobs i could recommend a brilliant moist dry vac Have a blessed day a helpful employer
Q:My mom is looking for a new vacuum cleaner and can't decide between an upright or canister. She has a lot of carpeted areas and bare floor as well. What would you recommend? Can you suggest good vacuum cleaners that aren't too expensive and especially, aren't too heavy or difficult to maneuver?
I agree with Scorpio, a canister is more convenient for multiple floor types as well as dusting walls, window sills, stair banisters, books, etc. Actually I have both, I like the upright for just carpets; easy to maneuver and store. But when it's time for serious cleaning, out comes the canister.
Q:for the cordless onesTHanks!:)
Old vac's like the BD Dustbuster (which I have) use Nickel Cadmium cells. Not sure about new models but NiCd's are cheaper than newer alternative NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride).

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