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Eureka Hand-Held Vacuum, 71B

Updated on January 10, 2012

I was looking for the best performing vacuum for my home and I came across the Eureka Hand-Held Vacuum, 71B. It has been a godsend in being able to quickly and easily clean up messes left around the house. The Eureka Hand-Held Vacuum, 71B is a light weight and efficient vacuum for all my household cleaning. It has a great reach on the extension cord that lets me go to a couple different rooms at a time from one centrally located plug. It also lets me clean the upstairs of my town home a lot easier because I’m not lugging up a one hundred pound vacuum cleaner up the stairs every week. The vacuum also has a number of nice attachments that are available with the vacuum for those hard to reach places. It also provides very decent suctioning so I know when I go over a place that it has done a good job in cleaning it.

The Riser Visor Nozzle Cover

One thing I love about the Eureka Hand-Held Vacuum, 71B is that it has a smoky almost clear cover the stays in place when doing horizontal surfaces. It even has the ability to remove up the plastic covering for when I’m cleaning the carpeted stairs. And the vertical carpet risers that are on the top of each of the stairs. Even better I’m not wasting money on new carpet bags when they get full all it has is a clear plastic dust cup to shake out when it is full.

High power suction picks up dirt from carpets and upholstery

This is a highly powered vacuum that’s sucks up everything in its path. It removes those deep insulated particles from your carpet like eureka has been known for. I had no more need to spend a high amount of dollars on fancy vacuumed clears this one does it all. It’s great for cleaning up small messes you find in your couch cushions. It’s also great for talking those large jobs that it seems nothing will clear.

Getting the Best Results

• The moving brush in the front should be only in the suction mode.

• If, you need to use cleaner on those deep vacuum jobs make sure that the dust cup filter is correctly on there if not you can damage this cleaner

• When you are using pet cleaner or the fine dust particles on your carpet make sure you empty the canister frequently to get best results

• Always before you start vacuuming make sure you pick up metal or larger object because this can damage the vacuum.

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