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  1. Patcherelli

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    Do you have hoover for the mh?
    Just wondered.
     
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    Yes. My boss wont set off on 'moving day' without a full and comprehensive Hoovering of the entire van........Even the dog.
     
  3. TerryL

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    Bought one last year. Used it twice. Chucked out in our annual clearout.

    Dustpan and brush more efficient!
     
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    Just purchased a rechargeable hand held made by Draper from ebay for £28 and just having used it today it works well Also you can recharge it either via the mains or the 12v ciggy lighter socket
     
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    We have a Black & Decker - it's good.

    Day to day we do use a dustpan and brush but every so often (couple of weeks or shorter - depends on how windy/sandy/dusty out etc etc) give everywhere a good vac.
     
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    My sister came down on a visit raving about a battery powered carpet sweeper.
    Of course Woman HAD to have one..
    Must admit it did work well.
    Within a month Woman had bought a second one for the motorhome
    It is light, does a very good job and the rechargeable battery lasts very well indeed
    I left the charger at home ( don't ask !! ) on the last month long trip around Europe, and it was good enough to do the van from end to end several times a week for the whole trip
     
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    We've got a Henrietta she comes in once a week for 2 hours. I haven't been brave enough yet to mention leave one of the bedrooms and do the motorhome instead. May buy her a ladder for Christmas so she can polish my solar panel
     
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    I don't "Hoover"...

    I "Dyson".

    ...but not very often!

    JJ :cool:
     
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    Elaine has a dyson rechargeable one for house it goes in van when on our Jollys
     
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    Dyson rechargeable little thing. Used everyday - we have a dog!
     
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    I asked this question a couple of years ago and ended up buying a mains dustbuster type vac. It sits in a drop down flap under the fridge and has never been out since the day we bought it. I tell a lie, I did wriggle it out a month ago to see what it looked like.
     
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    Yes of course.

    Excellent for catching flies too.
     
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    I know we are not supposed to correct grammar in but I think it's needed for this time...........

    "and SHE was good enough to do the van from end to end"

    Woman is a star.
     
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    Have a small handheld that's really for stairs but mostly use a brush with extendable handle and dustpan.:xThumb:
     
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