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Post# 406494   3/9/2019 at 11:16 (386 days old) by Jashields83 (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania )        

Here is where I store my kenmore progressive upright vacuum cleaner I only use it as a quick vac

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Post# 406496 , Reply# 1   3/9/2019 at 12:23 (386 days old) by human (Pines of Carolina)        

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Since I have too many vacuum cleaners for my small house, I basically shove them in wherever I can find a space. My two Electrolux 1205s are stored in the laundry room along with my two Royal Prince 501 hand vacs and a plethora of bags, parts and accessories. My two Kirby Gsixes and my Super J are stored in a closet in the dining room, My Electrolux Genesis LXE lives in my bedroom while the Discovery II is in the hallway. Right now, the Diamond J and the Kirby G5 'franken vac' are taking up space in the dining room while the Sentria and my little Eureka canister are sitting in a spare bedroom that's too stuffed with junk to walk into. Everything else--my two shop vacs, Filter Queen Majestic, Electrolux Discovery Plus and Silverado stay out in the barn, although the Silverado is presently in the kitchen, having been taken apart for some work earlier this week. Not sure where it will ultimately reside when I get it finished. Bearing in mind that I only have two carpeted rooms in my house, this would be more than enough reason to not bring any more vacuums home and maybe even re-home some of the ones I have. Too bad I don't have enough good sense to take my own advice.

Post# 406498 , Reply# 2   3/9/2019 at 12:40 (386 days old) by fan-of-fans (USA)        

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That looks just like my Kenmore Progressive except I don't have the floor brush or extra wand for mine.

Like Edgar, most of my vacuums are stored wherever they fit! My Shop Vac is on its side in the hall closet, the rest are in my room. Except for our main vacuums that are stored in the pantry.

My Cleanmore is stored in the corner of my closet and I have an Electrolux in the corner behind the door stood on its end.


Post# 406503 , Reply# 3   3/9/2019 at 15:12 (386 days old) by Jashields83 (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania )        

Yea the floor brush and the extra extension wand came with the vacuum cleaner when I bought it in 2005 brand new I have the owner manual and the handi mate jr manual

Post# 406504 , Reply# 4   3/9/2019 at 15:23 (386 days old) by Jashields83 (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania )        

I use the kenmore progressive upright vacuum cleaner as a quick vacuum I use my Electrolux 50th jubilee vacuum cleaner as a weekly vacuum I have the kenmore 3.9 magicord vacuum cleaner with all the attachments and 2 power nozzles the double brush power mate power nozzle that came with the vacuum cleaner and the power mate power nozzle and the extension wands for the power mate power nozzle and I have the rug nozzle with the extension wands for the rug nozzle and I use the floor brush with those extension wands for the rug nozzle and I have the power mate jr and another fabric upholstery brush sealed in the package a white one in a storage bin I use it as a back up vacuum cleaner and I have a kenmore 3.0 vacuum cleaner with all of the attachments and the turbo carpet brush and a handi mate jr in a another storage bin I use for boat detailing and cleaning the cars it does a excellent job cleaning pet hair when detailing a car and I use it also for a back up vacuum cleaner and I have a Electrolux Model G with all of the attachments and a power hand tool that came off a Hoover wind tunnel upright vacuum cleaner and got the original hose and cord for to plug in the vacuum cleaner to the power nozzle and got the original power nozzle that would have been to the vacuum cleaner itís in a storage bin I use it as a back up vacuum cleaner too




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