Is “ALMOST CLEAN” clean enough for the baby’s bottles? (Mar, 1930)

Is “ALMOST CLEAN” clean enough for the baby’s bottles?

WHEN you wash the baby’s things, scour the bathtub or wash the dishes, you don’t give them just a careless surface cleaning. Then why should you with your rugs and carpets?

Floor coverings can be clean from top to bottom—will be, if you clean them with a Hoover. It removes more dirt per minute than any other cleaner—gives faster, deeper cleaning, with less expenditure of human energy — because it gets out dirt that other cleaning methods never reach!

Deep in your rug is embedded grease-caked grit which suction alone simply cannot remove. It takes the deep-beating action of Positive Agitation to shake loose this packed-in dirt and dance it to the surface to be suctioned away. Only when it is removed, can you call your rugs wholly clean.

Not only does The Hoover get rugs cleaner but it makes them lovelier, removing the unsightly thread and lint, lifting and straightening the nap, brightening the rug colors, giving them thoroughly scientific care.

Ask your Hoover dealer for a free trial or home demonstration of The Hoover and its efficient dusting tools. Two Hoover models, only $6.25 down, balance monthly; dusting tools; liberal allowance for your old cleaner.

THE HOOVER COMPANY
North Canton, Ohio

The oldest and largest maker of electric cleaners

The Hoover is also made in Canada, at Hamilton, Ontario

HOOVER

IT BEATS.. AS IT SWEEPS.. AS IT CLEANS
ON A CUSHION OF AIR

PRESS OF JUDD & DETWEILER. INC.
WASHINGTON. D. C.

3 comments
  1. Rick Auricchio says: October 2, 20128:56 am

    First child: The baby drops his pacifier on the rug and you freak out, boiling it briefly before putting it back in the baby’s mouth.

    Second child: You shrug, pick it up, give it a quick dust-off and stick it back in the baby’s mouth.

  2. Hirudinea says: October 2, 20126:23 pm

    @ Rick Auricchio – Third child: Yelling to first child “Pick up that damn pacifier and put it in the baby’s mouth!”

  3. Charlene says: October 3, 20121:24 am

    If vacuuming is giving your carpets “scientific care”, I’m the least scientific person I know.

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