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Vacuuming Stairs and Other Hard to Reach Places with Hoover Impulse

Vacuuming stairs is nothing if not a challenge. It’s the hardest spot in your home to vacuum. We have a couple of steep and lengthy staircases and they get a lot of traffic so they need a good cleaning at least weekly.

It’s so hard to get stairs clean. Sure many vacuums have hose attachments, but they’re rarely long enough to get all the way up the stairs. Which means at some point, I often do my Amazing Stair Balance Act wherein I simultaneously hold the vacuum in place with my feet while using both hands to vacuum the stairs. Of course, all of this has to happen without me tumbling to my doom (or at least twisting something).

 

It’s not just vacuuming stairs that thwarts me, though. It’s getting a big vacuum head under furniture. We all have allergies, so I have to regularly clean all the hair, dust, debris, and everything else that lives in the carpet, no matter where that may be. For me, that usually means actually moving furniture. A job that I already don’t love quickly becomes a furniture moving session, which is not awesome.

Needless to say, vacuuming is one of the most annoying of ALL the chores in my house. That’s why I’m a big fan of the Hoover Impulse Cordless Vacuum. Laundry is a close second. Both of these household chores are so repetitive and never ending it’s frustrating sometimes.

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Vacuuming Stairs and Pretty Much Everywhere Just Got Easier

Let me just say they got the name right with this one!

You know how when you work from home you occasionally get derailed by impulsive cleaning or baking? Yeah neither do I. Totally kidding. This is my life. Sometimes when working I procrastinate because I work from home and random dusty corners scream: “Clean Me.”

The Hoover Impulse fuels this habit in a weird way.

It makes cleaning up so much easier. In fact, my daughters can vacuum more often now because this vacuum takes away the “it’s too hard” excuse, which I love, FYI. With no cord, a low profile head, and a weight of less than six pounds, it’s a versatile vacuum that helps all of us be able to easily vacuum the stairs, under the furniture, and even pull it out for quick spot vacuuming of dry messes.

One of the things I love most about this vacuum is that in addition to being light-weight and easy to use, it’s incredibly versatile. It can either be a light-weight upright or a handheld vacuum in one easy motion, making it even more flexible. It also features a powerful, fade-free lithium-ion battery, which means it is just as powerful when you need to charge it as it is at full charge. I love that!

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Features

Here’s why the Hoover Impulse Cordless Vacuum makes vacuuming stairs and other hard-to-reach places so easy.

  • Cordless
  • Fade-free lithium-ion battery
  • Less than 6 pounds in weight
  • Low profile head for under-furniture vacuuming
  • Multi-floor design for carpet and hard flooring
  • Quickly converts to a handheld vacuum
  • Hoover Dashboard for easily selecting modes and power level to optimize vacuuming
  • Wall mount for easy, out-of-the-way storage

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Vacuuming Stairs is no Longer a Hazard for YOU

I have to be honest, there have been times when I’ve been vacuuming our stairs that I was happy I had life insurance.  Vacuuming stairs with a traditional vacuum can be awkward. All that balancing and moving around with one foot holding the vacuum in place while the other attempts to maintain balance – crazy! With our new Hoover Impulse Cordless Vacuum, vacuuming stairs, under furniture, and quickly picking up spot messes is more convenient and much faster.

I want vacuuming to be easier for you, too. That’s why I’m giving away a Hoover Impulse Cordless Vacuum to one lucky reader! That’s right one of you will be on your way to vacuuming stairs without fear in no time. So enter!

As a TTi floor care ambassador I receive compensation. My opinion is all my own.

 

Mom of two beautiful active girls, traveller, fitness junkie, social media consultant, and keeper of the sanity.

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