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Old 21-02-2018, 09:25 PM
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My one is also gathering dust. Most of my floors are wooden and my son bought me one that looks like a long stick just keep it charged then run around like a witch on a broomstick.

I have has some awful ones over the years smelly bags hard to get bags for and ones to heavy to lift.

I remember the ones that blew out the other end Vico I am waiting for the Robot one
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Old 21-02-2018, 11:38 PM
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The first vacuum cleaner I saw was my grandmother's upright one.

On our vacuum cleaner which was a hoover. It was pink and you could put the hose in the far end and it would blow out anything that was stuck in the tube. There was also a jar with it and a spray nozzle attached. You could attach it to the other end of the hoover and spray paint it you wanted to. Modern cleaners don't have that facility.
You have it right Vico2 on the jar there was a lid with a hole in it,so you filled the jar with paint and if you covered the hole by placing your finger on it the paint would spray out. I learned this watching a few men spraying camerflage paint on tents in our back garden when I was very young
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Old 22-02-2018, 08:58 AM
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We sold ours on EBay , last week . It was just sitting there gathering dust .
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