Hoover WindTunnel T-Series Review & Giveaway – GIVEAWAY CLOSED

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I recently had the opportunity to review the Hoover WindTunnel T-Series Bagless Vacuum.

This vacuum is lightweight and easy to maneuver. It has several onboard attachments but my favorite is the Powered Hand Tool which is great for getting that pet hair off the furniture.

Other features I like was the retractable power cord which works with the push of a button. Much better than having to wind the cord around the handle or hooks on the vacuum. Then there’s the extension hose that reaches a full 8 feet with an extra 12 inch extension wand for reaching over your had to get to those hard to reach places.

Most bagless vacuums are hard to empty but not with the Hoover WindTunnel T Series. The canister removes with the push of a button hold over the garbage and press another button to release the dirt. For that dirt and dust that’s hard to remove the canister unscrews for safe, easy emptying without having to stick your hands inside to pull out any remnants. No more coughing and sneezing as the dust isn’t going back into the room I just cleaned.

Then there’s the filters. These are easy to get to and clean. Just press buttons, slide out and wash. 

All in all I’m very impressed with the power of this lightweight vacuum. It’s much easier to push around and maneuver between the furniture and walls. I was a bit leery thinking it wouldn’t do a good job but it cleaned my carpets and with the turn of a dial I was able to clean the tile floor in the kitchen. Yes there are 5 carpet height adjustments with the turn of a dial.

Hoover has offered to give a Hoover WindTunnel T-Series Bagless Vacuum to 1 lucky What’s That Buzz reader. Here’s what you need to do to enter:

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A product was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting. The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.

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  1. Use a lint roller to pick up tinsel. 🙂

  2. I read about how to clean silver quickly:
    Take a page from jewelry makers and use this recipe: line the bottom of a sauce pan with foil and add enough water to cover the tarnished pieces. Sprinkle baking soda onto the water and bring to a simmer. Put the pieces into the boiling water and voila – the tarnish disappears.

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  8. Judith says:

    tip from hoover – Put a pot of sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the stove to simmer. Enjoy a home filled with an inviting, holiday aroma.

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  15. fan of hoover on facebook! cleaning tip from hoover…”Crank up the tunes!” Get in the spirit with favorite holiday classics or get your groove going with fun dance-party beats.

  16. peg42 says:

    I love the tip for getting up Spilled Glitter.
    First, grab a vacuum and get up as much as you can. Then, use play dough, which glitter will cling to as you roll the dough over it (Bonus – glitter dough for the kids!). Adhesive tape also works well. I can't tell you how many times this tip would have come in handy for me.
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  17. peg42 says:

    I'm a FB fan (Margaret E. Smith) Thanks again.

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  22. For cleaning tarnished silver:

    line the bottom of a sauce pan with foil and add enough water to cover the tarnished pieces. Sprinkle baking soda onto the water and bring to a simmer. Put the pieces into the boiling water and voila – the tarnish disappears

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  33. This is one I am definitely going to try!! Put on a pot sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water to simmer. The smell will be delicious!! Please enter me in your giveaway:) Thanks so much!!

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  37. Dust as You Decorate- sounds like a great way to get extra use out your old paint brushes and clean small hard to get spots.

  38. Put a pot of sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the stove to simmer. Enjoy a home filled with an inviting, holiday aroma.

  39. This tip would be especially handy in my house; “Tinsel Town
    Pretty and sparkly, this stuff is great but sticks to everything! Try using a lint roller or even a hair brush to pick it up and off of your carpeting or couch”.

  40. lisa says:

    I like the tip on using a paint brush to dust figurines. msmith572@yahoo.com

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  48. I read about You can sprinkle salt on a damp cloth to clean up flour – the salt helps to keep the flour from sticking to the cloth. Mess from making cookies! I never knew that about the salt

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  54. I learned about how to easily clean up paper scraps using a ball of tape. I love this idea because it also works on fabric scraps, which is great for me since I sew a lot & all those fabric scraps & threads left behind always annoy me.

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  56. Judith says:
  57. McKim says:

    I read about using a paintbrush to dust items.

  58. Anonymous says:

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  60. lsfish says:

    I never thought to do this:
    Tinsel Town
    Pretty and sparkly, this stuff is great but sticks to everything! Try using a lint roller or even a hair brush to pick it up and off of your carpeting or couch. Or, have some fun with the kids and put double stick tape on their socks and let them dance around! And of course, grab a vacuum to get the rest up.

  61. Put a pot of apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the oven to give your house a wonderful scent. Thanks for the chance.
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  62. I learned a fast way to clean silver: “line the bottom of a sauce pan with foil and add enough water to cover the tarnished pieces. Sprinkle baking soda onto the water and bring to a simmer. Put the pieces into the boiling water and voila – the tarnish disappears.” asthenight at gmail dot com

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  68. I learned how to deal with red wine clothing stains – pour white wine on the red wine stain immediately and blot it away!

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  74. I learned you can use a lint roller to clean up holiday sparkles and tinsel!

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  82. Crank Up the Tunes
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  83. Shared on my facebook wall Paula Caudill

  84. I learned that “You can also sprinkle salt on a damp cloth to clean up flour – the salt helps to keep the flour from sticking to the cloth.”

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  86. I read about using a ball of tape with the sticky side on the outside to pick up small paper scraps and vacuuming the rest.

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  91. Anonymous says:

    After decorations are made make a ball of tape sticky side on outside. Use for picking up the small paper wraps and vacuum whats left. dylanzackamber(at)aol(dot)com.

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  93. Amber says:

    I learned that I should Dust as I decorate to make it more fun!
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  95. clc408 says:

    I learned how to remove gloopy glue: Remove dried glue from surfaces by placing wet paper towels on glue for a few minutes. Then use a plastic ice scraper or knife to scrape off. If this doesn’t work, try using a small amount of acetone (grab your bottle of nail polish remover!) to soften the glue with an old toothbrush, then rinse the object with plenty of water.

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  99. I learned how to remove Goopy Glue
    Remove dried glue from surfaces by placing wet paper towels on glue for a few minutes. Then use a plastic ice scraper or knife to scrape off. If this doesn’t work, try using a small amount of acetone (grab your bottle of nail polish remover!) to soften the glue with an old toothbrush, then rinse the object with plenty of water.
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  103. I knew about salt for red wine on carpet but I did not know that for clothes you could pour white wine on the red wine stain immediately and blot it away.

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  106. Rolling playdough over glitter…I always hate glitter! Now how do I get the playdough out?

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    Remove dried glue from surfaces by placing wet paper towels on glue for a few minutes. Then use a plastic ice scraper or knife to scrape off.

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  114. mverno says:

    play dough gets rid of glitter mverno@roadrunner.com

  115. Judith says:
  116. Terri says:

    I read the tip about how to clean up tinsel. I never use it 'cuz it can make such a mess but now I can!

  117. Terri says:

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  123. Kia89 says:

    I like the tip about using play dough to get rid of glitter.
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  124. Dust as You Decorate
    When putting up decorations, grab a one- to two-inch thick paintbrush and use it to dust away any areas that seem neglected. This is great for hard to reach spots. Or, instead of a rag, use an old sock like a puppet – just spray it with water or cleaner and dust as you decorate!

  125. Silver Polish PDQ very interesting and inexpensive to do also

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  127. I'n now a fan of Hoover on facebook——-Spilled Drink Stains
    Don’t panic if someone spills their red wine – you have time to get the stain up. If the party is in full swing, grab your canister of salt from the kitchen and cover the stain for 30 minutes or more. Then sweep off the salt and use a hand-vac to scoop up the rest. Blot with club soda on a clean towel (or just throw the towel down and deal with the blotting after the guests have gone). For clothing stains, try chasing the red wine with white – it really works. Pour white wine on the red wine stain immediately and blot it away.

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  132. Karen says:

    Silver Polish PDQ
    It’s great to use grandma’s silver and antique ornaments, but what a pain to get the tarnish off in time for guests! Take a page from jewelry makers and use this recipe: line the bottom of a sauce pan with foil and add enough water to cover the tarnished pieces. Sprinkle baking soda onto the water and bring to a simmer. Put the pieces into the boiling water and voila – the tarnish disappears.

  133. calvad says:

    The cleaning tip I read about is to remove dried glue from surfaces by placing wet paper towels on glue for a few minutes. Then use a plastic ice scraper or knife to scrape off.

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  135. randio says:

    Using a lint roller to pick up tinsel, why didn't I ever think of that? Great tip!

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  138. i like the dust as you decorate tip! 🙂 Great site!

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  145. Tracey says:

    Remove dried glue from surfaces by placing wet paper towels on glue for a few minutes. Then use a plastic ice scraper or knife to scrape off. If this doesn’t work, try using a small amount of acetone (grab your bottle of nail polish remover!) to soften the glue with an old toothbrush, then rinse the object with plenty of water.
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  146. You can sprinkle salt on a damp cloth to clean up flour. debsweeps4@yahoo.com

  147. Anonymous says:

    You can use a lint roller to pick up Christmas tinsel.

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  148. I found out you can use Salt and Club Soda to clean up wine spills!!

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  152. I didn't know salt was such a great stain remover-especially red wine!
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  157. Amber says:

    I learned that salt can help spilled drink stains! Very helpful tip for parties. Thanks! I would LOVE a new vac!

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  162. Judith says:
  163. I love this cleaning tip “instead of a rag, use an old sock like a puppet – just spray it with water or cleaner and dust as you decorate!” Thank you!

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  169. I learned that you can Dust as You Decorate
    When putting up decorations, grab a one- to two-inch thick paintbrush and use it to dust away any areas that seem neglected. This is great for hard to reach spots. Or, instead of a rag, use an old sock like a puppet – just spray it with water or cleaner and dust as you decorate!

  170. Genny says:
  171. Nicole says:

    I learned about dusting as you decorate

  172. I learned that you can poor salt on a stain for 30 minutes or more. Then sweep off the salt and use a hand-vac to scoop up the rest.

  173. I didn't know that in order to clean up flour or sugar you should put salt on your towel to keep the flour from sticking to the towel. That'll really help!
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  179. Terri says:
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  181. How to pick up paper scraps: After the decorations have all been made, make a ball of tape with the sticky side on the outside and use to pick up small paper scraps. Vacuum the rest.
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  186. I learned that when decorating a room, dust as I redecorate to make it more fun. Thanks!

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  192. I liked the tip for polishing silver. One of my chores when I was a child was to painstakingly polish my mother's silver with silver paste. It was time-consuming, boring, and messy, and I hated doing it. Wish I had had this tip then!

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  201. Judith says:
  202. tip from hoover – Put a pot of sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the stove to simmer. Enjoy a home filled with an inviting, holiday aroma.

  203. aktedd says:

    I never knew it was possible to clean tarnish with a Hoover.

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  211. clynsg says:

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  226. Love the use a paint brush to dust figurines. Great idea!!

  227. Terri says:
  228. I learned to clean up paper craps by making a ball of tape using the sticky side. Then after that vacuum up the rest.

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  230. Use a lint roller to pick up tinsel

  231. They have a tip for getting rid of drink stains with salt.
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  240. Judith says:
  241. I like this tip for little paper scraps (after gift wrapping and school projects: After the decorations have all been made, make a ball of tape with the sticky side on the outside and use to pick up small paper scraps. Vacuum the rest.
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  252. jsc123 says:

    This tip sounds yummy…
    Smells Set the Tone
    Put a pot of sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the stove to simmer. Enjoy a home filled with an inviting, holiday aroma.

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  258. dreeg says:

    Make a ball of tape with the sticky side on the outside and use to pick up small paper scraps.

  259. dreeg says:

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  265. Judith says:
  266. I read about Pine Needle Pick Up…I always have this problem as we get a live tree each year. Very helpful!!

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  273. Terri says:
  274. Salt can help get spilled drinks out of carpet! Neat idea!

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  275. I read about cleaning silver with baking soda. Smart, quick, and green!

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  280. Anonymous says:

    Please my vacuum is not working properly, boy do I need a new one
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  281. Vacuum glitter immediately then get some play dough and go over what was left behind it will pick any leftovers.
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  288. Dawn says:

    Using Playdough to clean up glitter spills is a great idea since my daughter is always doing craft projects.

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  291. Pat Connors says:

    I like the idea to use a lint roller to pick up the annoying tinsel.

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  293. i learned to sprinkle salt on a damp cloth to clean up flour – the salt helps to keep the flour from sticking to the cloth.

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  298. Anonymous says:

    in order to clean up flour or sugar you should put salt on your towel to keep the flour from sticking to the towel
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  299. I learned that putting salt on a damp cloth when wiping up flour will help prevent the flour from sticking to the cloth!

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  307. EDRing says:

    My granddaughters are always doing crafts at my house & the Goopy Glue tip is perfect .

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  309. Sue E says:

    I liked the tip about using a lint roller to pick up tinsel, much easier than collecting it by hand or having the tinsel wrap around the vacuum.

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  316. KMG852 says:

    Use Playdoh to get rid of glitter.

  317. You can use a ball of tape with the sticky side on the outside to pick up whatever small paper scraps you might have and then vacuuming the rest.

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  326. Amber says:

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  327. I learned this valuable tip:

    instead of a rag, use an old sock like a puppet – just spray it with water or cleaner and dust as you decorate.

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  329. Terri says:
  330. lisa says:
  331. I read about a quick and easy way to clean tarnish from silver. Great!

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  332. Judith says:
  333. Kari says:

    I learned that you can use a lint roller to easily pick up all the tinsel that falls from the Christmas tree 🙂

    Why didn't I think of something like that already?

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  334. Sue E says:
  335. Amber says:

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  336. Judith says:
  337. There is still bits of tinsel lingering here & there,around my house, so I really liked the tip Tinsel Town.Use a lint roller or a hair brush to pick it up-or my favorite-put double stick tape on the kids socks,and have them dance around!

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  342. lisa says:
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  344. Terri says:
  345. monky says:

    I learned you can use a lint roller to clean up holiday sparkles and tinsel!

    🙂 Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! 🙂

  346. monky says:

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  347. monky says:

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  348. Gina says:

    This one is interesting even though I dont own much silver…For tarnish removal: line the bottom of a sauce pan with foil and add enough water to cover the tarnished pieces. Sprinkle baking soda onto the water and bring to a simmer. Put the pieces into the boiling water.
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  354. Use salt on red wine stains. Great tip. Wish I'd known about that earlier.

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  356. Alice says:

    When putting up decorations, grab a one- to two-inch thick paintbrush and use it to dust away any areas that seem neglected

    great tip

  357. Julieh says:

    I read the cleaning tip about smells setting the tone for your house, like cinnamon. honeypie411 at yahoo dot com

  358. tammy says:

    I read to use a paint brush to dust those hard to get areas. great idea!

  359. I learned a great way to clean up glitter – use play doh.

  360. I am a facebook fan

  361. Crank Up the Tunes
    Holidays are only happening when the music is playing. Get in the spirit with favorite holiday classics or get your groove going with fun dance-party beats.

  362. Sue E says:
  363. I read about their cleaning tip to “rank Up the Tunes” to make cleaning more enjoyable. Thanks for the great contest!

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  365. Judith says:
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  367. lisa says:
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  369. Sue E says:
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  371. learned that you can 'dust while you decorate'

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  372. Jenn says:

    Cleaning tip from Facebook…
    Pretty and sparkly, this stuff is great but sticks to everything! Try using a lint roller or even a hair brush to pick it up and off of your carpeting or couch. Or, have some fun with the kids and put double stick tape on their socks and let them dance around! And of course, grab a vacuum to get the rest up.

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  377. Terri says:
  378. AEKZ2 says:

    I love the tip about using play dough to pick up glitter.

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  382. Using Playdough to pick up glitter is a revolutionary idea in my house of crafters! Thank you!

  383. I'm following via Google Friend Connect 🙂

  384. I loved the idea of cleaning silver.I have some silver trays that need cleaning and I hated the idea of using the polish.I will try this.I tweeted.

  385. Sue E says:
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  388. Amber says:

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  391. intime says:

    Put a pot of sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the stove to simmer. Enjoy a home filled with an inviting, holiday aroma intime@myself.com

  392. Terri says:
  393. I read the Pine Needle Pick Up cleaning tip.

  394. Awesome blog and thanks for the giveaway!
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  395. My daughter has dresses that shed so much glitter and you'd think they would eventually stop. Use playdough or a lint roller to pick up the glitter.

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  397. lisa says:
  398. Amber says:

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  399. Sue E says:
  400. I like this tip,remove dried glue from surfaces by placing wet paper towels on glue for a few minutes. Then use a plastic ice scraper or knife to scrape off.

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  406. the best way to pick up that Christmas tinsel is with a lint roller.

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  412. I like the “spilled glitter” tip.

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  413. Use a lint roller to pick up tinsel.

    I need a vacuum cleaner so much … all I have is a dustbuster!

  414. Karrie says:

    I read the Smells Set the Tone, I will defintely be doing it

  415. Terri says:
  416. I read the cleaning tip on Pine Needle Pick Up. I always have tree needle left after Christmas, even fake ones!

  417. Put on a pot sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water to simmer. It makes the whole area smell yummy.
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  423. karen says:

    Take a page from jewelry makers and use this recipe: line the bottom of a sauce pan with foil and add enough water to cover the tarnished pieces. Sprinkle baking soda onto the water and bring to a simmer. Put the pieces into the boiling water and voila – the tarnish disappears. Thanks.

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  424. erma says:

    I read about how to clean silver quickly.
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  425. Andria says:

    My favorite tip is to put a pot of sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the stove to simmer. Enjoy a home filled with an inviting, holiday aroma.

  426. Andria says:

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  428. Sue E says:
  429. Terri says:
  430. I like the tip: Dust as You Decorate
    When putting up decorations, grab a one- to two-inch thick paintbrush and use it to dust away any areas that seem neglected. This is great for hard to reach spots. Or, instead of a rag, use an old sock like a puppet – just spray it with water or cleaner and dust as you decorate!

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  432. wigget says:

    the tip i learned: For clothing stains, try chasing the red wine with white

  433. Put a pot of apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the oven to give your house a wonderful scent.I love the smell of apple pie..yum!

  434. Laura says:

    I didn't know that you could use salt to clean up red wine from carpets.
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  435. lisa says:
  436. I'm a fan of Hoover on Facebook

  437. I like the tip to use salt on red wine. I always thought you were supposed to use vinegar, but this would smell a lot better. 🙂
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  442. denyse says:

    I read a few good ones:
    Dust as You Decorate and
    Crank Up the Tunes
    Holidays are only happening when the music is playing. Get in the spirit with favorite holiday classics or get your groove going with fun dance-party beats.

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  446. jenny says:

    A vacuum is your best bet for cleaning up spilled flour, sugar, sprinkles and more in the kitchen. You can also sprinkle salt on a damp cloth to clean up flour – the salt helps to keep the flour from sticking to the cloth.
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  447. This one is perfect for our silverware:
    Silver Polish PDQ
    It’s great to use grandma’s silver and antique ornaments, but what a pain to get the tarnish off in time for guests! Take a page from jewelry makers and use this recipe: line the bottom of a sauce pan with foil and add enough water to cover the tarnished pieces. Sprinkle baking soda onto the water and bring to a simmer. Put the pieces into the boiling water and voila – the tarnish disappears.

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  449. Jammie says:

    I learned that to remove dried glue from surfaces you can place a wet paper towels on the glue for a few minutes. Then it should scrap off easier.

  450. Jammie says:

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  455. I learned that after holidays and parties carpets needs to be fully cleaned to prolong carpet life with hot water and detergent with the Hoover Platinum Collection Carpet Cleaner! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

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  460. I learned how to get up Spilled Glitter –
    First, grab a vacuum and get up as much as you can. Then, use play dough, which glitter will cling to as you roll the dough over it, thanks!

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  461. I read to put a pot of sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the stove to simmer. Enjoy a home filled with an inviting, holiday aroma.

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  467. JACLYN says:

    I read that :You can also sprinkle salt on a damp cloth to clean up flour – the salt helps to keep the flour from sticking to the cloth.
    Lots of great and EASY tips!
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  468. Smells Set the Tone
    Put a pot of sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the stove to simmer. Enjoy a home filled with an inviting, holiday aroma.

  469. Paper Scraps
    After the decorations have all been made, make a ball of tape with the sticky side on the outside and use to pick up small paper scraps. Vacuum the rest.

  470. Spilled Glitter
    Whether adding sparkle to the kids’ creations or coming out of a holiday card, glitter can quickly get all over everything. First, grab a vacuum and get up as much as you can. Then, to make sure you get it all out of tight corners and in between the floor boards, head to the toy chest and grab the play dough, which glitter will cling to as you roll the dough over it (Bonus – glitter dough for the kids!). Adhesive tape also works well.

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  472. I read about You can sprinkle salt on a damp cloth to clean up flour – the salt helps to keep the flour from sticking to the cloth. Great idea, I always end up with a wet gluey mess

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  473. I never thought of creating a nice aroma by putting apples and cinnamon on the stove!

  474. I like the tip on how to clean silver using just a little foil, baking soda, and boiling water. All natural and easy!

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  477. I had no idea you could clean up a wine spill with salt until reading that on facebook. That's awesome! mztonya74 at centurylink.net

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  481. A vacuum is your best bet for cleaning up spilled flour, sugar, sprinkles and more in the kitchen. You can also sprinkle salt on a damp cloth to clean up flour – the salt helps to keep the flour from sticking to the cloth.
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  489. daily tweet. Thank you!
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  490. I read about the cleaning tip to Dust as You Decorate-When putting up decorations, grab a one- to two-inch thick paintbrush and use it to dust away any areas that seem neglected.

  491. lisa says:
  492. Pretty cool,
    Tinsel Town
    Pretty and sparkly, this stuff is great but sticks to everything! Try using a lint roller or even a hair brush to pick it up and off of your carpeting or couch. Or, have some fun with the kids and put double stick tape on their socks and let them dance around! And of course, grab a vacuum to get the rest up.

    Thank you!!

  493. Jayfr says:

    Hmm, roll playdoh on floors to pick up glitter. I hadn't heard of that one.

  494. I read about the paintbrush – dusting… good idea 😀

  495. Amber says:

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  496. Sue E says:
  497. amyd says:

    I really like this one,Put a pot of sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the stove to simmer. Enjoy a home filled with an inviting, holiday aroma.

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  498. amyd says:

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  499. amyd says:

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  500. amyd says:

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  501. When putting up decorations, grab a one- to two-inch thick paintbrush and use it to dust away any areas that seem neglected. This is great for hard to reach spots. Or, instead of a rag, use an old sock like a puppet – just spray it with water or cleaner and dust as you decorate!

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  504. I learned that to pick up tinsel you could use a lint roller. Wow!

  505. Put a pot of sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the stove to simmer. Enjoy a home filled with an inviting, holiday aroma

  506. I'm a fan of Hoover on facebook

  507. Google friend

  508. I didn't know salt was such a great stain remover

  509. A vacuum is your best bet for cleaning up spilled flour, sugar, sprinkles and more in the kitchen. You can also sprinkle salt on a damp cloth to clean up flour – the salt helps to keep the flour from sticking to the cloth.

  510. Terri says:
  511. Valeen says:

    I learned that you can sprinkle salt on a damp cloth to clean up a flour mess. The salt helps to keep the flour from sticking to the cloth. Great idea!

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  512. I visited Hoover on facebook and I read about the fact that a vacuum is your best bet for cleaning up spilled flour, sugar, sprinkles and more in the kitchen. I never even thought about that but I will be sure to try it next time as that is always a pain!

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  513. amanda says:

    Use the sticky side of tape to clean up paper scraps.
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  520. tip from hoover to make house smell nice- put sliced apples cinnamon sticks and water in pot and bring to a boil

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  524. Mike says:

    Sprinkling salt on damp cloth when cleaning up flour

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    I read about Spilled Drink Stains tips

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  528. Anonymous says:

    I love the tip about putting a pot of apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the oven to give your house a wonderful scent. Better than buying the air freshners which dont work much

  529. Anonymous says:

    I love the tip about putting a pot of apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the oven to give your house a wonderful scent. Better than buying the air freshners which dont work much

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  530. Tip: Using a lint roller for tinsel! Why have I never thought of that?

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  536. Smells Set the Tone
    Put a pot of sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the stove to simmer. Enjoy a home filled with an inviting, holiday aroma.

    This is a great tip! I'm definitely going to try it.

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  539. wkfr says:

    I Like the silver tarnish cleaning tip

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  543. Cookie-Making Crumbles
    A vacuum is your best bet for cleaning up spilled flour, sugar, sprinkles and more in the kitchen. You can also sprinkle salt on a damp cloth to clean up flour – the salt helps to keep the flour from sticking to the cloth.
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  545. i liked the tip Goopy Glue
    Remove dried glue from surfaces by placing wet paper towels on glue for a few minutes. Then use a plastic ice scraper or knife to scrape off. If this doesn’t work, try using a small amount of acetone (grab your bottle of nail polish remover!) to soften the glue with an old toothbrush, then rinse the object with plenty of water. my kids are always spilling glue this is good to know 🙂

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  551. bev says:

    This seems like a great idea, instead of a rag, use an old sock like a puppet, just spray it with water or cleaner and dust as you decorate! This looks like a really nice vacumn. That powered hand tool would be nice to have around here. Thanks for having a great contest!

  552. Atreau says:

    I found out how to clean up after Paper Scraps.

    After the decorations have all been made, make a ball of tape with the sticky side on the outside and use to pick up small paper scraps. Vacuum the rest.

  553. This is a good one: Put a pot of sliced apples, cinnamon sticks and water on the stove to simmer. Enjoy a home filled with an inviting, holiday aroma.

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  557. I read the Goopy Glue Tip
    Remove dried glue from surfaces by placing wet paper towels on glue for a few minutes. Then use a plastic ice scraper or knife to scrape off. If this doesn’t work, try using a small amount of acetone (grab your bottle of nail polish remover!) to soften the glue with an old toothbrush, then rinse the object with plenty of water

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  560. Ardy22 says:

    One tip I found was Spilled Drink Stains . COver it with salt for 30 min or more and sweep up and then blot with club soda.

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  572. I loved the Silver Polish PDQ tip! Very cool…and fast!
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  573. Noggy says:

    Dust as You Decorate: When putting up decorations, grab a one- to two-inch thick paintbrush and use it to dust away any areas that seem neglected. This is great for hard to reach spots. Or, instead of a rag, use an old sock like a puppet – just spray it with water or cleaner and dust as you decorate. Great idea!

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  578. Gianna says:

    You can easily clean up paper scraps using a ball of tape.

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  584. lilyk says:

    I learned that in order to clean up flour or sugar you should put salt on your towel to keep the flour from sticking to the towel.

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