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Old 29-11-2014, 11:12 PM
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so is it worth the difference in price for me? lots to think about now
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Old 29-11-2014, 11:19 PM
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Depends on how many aircraft carriers you have to clean.....
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Old 29-11-2014, 11:25 PM
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We had a Henry for a few years, great hoover but got the dyson a few years ago as Henry literally packed it in. The Dyson I love coz it is built for sitting on the stairs & its long extendable lead is brilliant too. Can't remember the price for the dyson but suspect hubby got the HENRY in argos & we got a free reusable bag with it.
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Old 30-11-2014, 01:08 AM
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Breda we had dyson, & central vac....and everything under the sun...but 4 years ago we bought a Miele, and honest to god its the best vacuum we ever bought in our entire lives......works well ...doest block...light...great for corners......its incredible...and the kids use it and probably abuse it...its stood up to everything so far and you can imagine with the gang in my house its used constantly, many times a day even lol...dont know if you can get them there...theyre a bit pricy...but well worth it....ive seen them on sale here now and then..
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heres a link..actually i see its dropped a few $ on when we bought it...so im guessing the newer ones might even be better..

http://www.sears.ca/product/mielei-s...!g!95485561497
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Old 30-11-2014, 01:28 AM
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Hoover TTE2304 Telios Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner

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is it this one?
Yes that's the one....Curry's have them on sale for 79.99....

http://www.currys.ie/Product/span-it...um-/330414/327
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just looking back at my posts, the vacuum cleaner decided to work again and is still going strong 3 years on!!

my job this weekend was to try to clean the deck without too much scrubbing or effort on my part. My back went out a few weeks ago and I can not do much around the garden.

I read about using Napisan as a deck cleaner so decided to give it a try. It contains sodium percarbonate. Was pleased with the result so far as it has removed a lot of the build up of dirt and oil.

Has anyone bought just sodium percarbonate on it's own and cleaned a deck with it please.
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