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Spring cleaning doesn’t have to be such a chore. Make it easier by making your tools multi-task. Your vacuum cleaner is case in point. And if you’re only using it on your floors, you’re missing out on its maximum potential. Here’s a few ways your vacuum can simplify your home-cleaning routine:
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For hard-to-clean small, awkward spaces, your vacuum and its crevice tool are ideal solutions.
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Use your vacuum to reach and eliminate dust in high places to save time and energy — great for fans, bookshelves, ceilings, door frames, window casings and more.
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A soft duster or upholstery tool can tackle dust, crumbs, pet hair and more on an assortment of fabrics and furniture.
Is your bed a relaxing retreat or a dust mite refuge? Vacuum your mattress weekly to ensure you sleep and breathe well, while reducing allergy-inducing irritants.
It’s spring, and critters of all kinds are stirring. No need to panic about multi-legged houseguests. Your vacuum is the ideal catch and release tool!
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Whether you’ve dropped an earring or the kids have lost a pivotal building block in a hard-to-reach place, your vacuum can save the day. Secure a piece of pantyhose to the top of your vacuum’s nozzle or crevice tool for a quick, easy way to retrieve small objects. To make your job even easier, choose a vacuum that’s lightweight and maneuverable, like the Hoover Air Cordless. Get familiar with your vacuum’s attachments to ensure you’re well equipped to tackle any mess.