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Vacuum for our preschool

Posted by atotic (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 26, 09 at 1:19

Hi,
I am in a preschool cooperative, and we are always strugling with vacuums. Right now we have 3, and on any given day one might be working well. The main problem is heavy usage, lots of sand, and 25 parents rotating their vacuum duty. No one cleans them, or cleans 1 out of 4 clogging pinch points.

I'd like to donate a perfect vacuum. A perfect vacuum would have a clear indicator when it is full, large enough to hold at least a pound of sand, and dead simple to operate. All we need it for is commercial carpet, and linoleum floor. Any suggestions?

Aleks (who always ends up disassembling the beasts)


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RE: Vacuum for our preschool

Get a bagless one that shows how full it is. Dirt Devil makes one that I assembled for a friend. It impressed me. For your purposes, with your maintenance issues, it might be a good buy.


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