hoover

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by robinmclaren, Aug 11, 2009.

  1. robinmclaren

    robinmclaren

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    not sure what hoover other people are using , we had the upright hoover freejet 18v rechargeable and used a inverter to charge it up , great when charged but not lasting very long , solution is new hoover freejet upright 12v rechargeable, scrap the battery in it ( not a good idea to connect 12v nicad across 12v leisure battery ) , scrap charger and wire a lead into the hoover and run direct from 12v leisure battery if done carefully cable comes out at top of handle and looks great , works great , runs very powerful and gets rid of another 240v requirement
     
  2. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    we use whichever one works at the time::bigsmile:

    i have a small mountain of hoovers (8-ish) in the garage at home in differing states of 'broken-ness', broken brush belts, missing wheels, damaged casings etc.:Doh:

    mostly uprights with hose and hand tools but have been known to use the 15year old 'Vax' wet'N'dry if we have a 'spillage'

    dustpan and brush when 'on the road'
     
  3. wanderer

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    hi we use the dyson rechargeable my wife thinks its great a bit expensive at around £100 but does the job for us
    Wanderer
     
  4. Landy lover

    Landy lover Funster Life Member

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    we use the same Dyson but the one they call the animal it has a motorised brush head which helps the only thing is it isnt half hard on the knees doing a complete clean up:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: funny thing its alway my turn to do that job
     

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