5 Things You Never Knew a Kirby Vacuum Can Do
Can a Kirby blow air? Can it shampoo a carpet? Does it work on Hardwood floors? What about Pet Hair? All these questions and more are answered today as we learn 5 things Kirby vacuums can do that you may not be aware of.
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#1: Blower/ Inflator
The first thing Kirby vacuums do that many people aren’t aware of is blowing and inflating. Start by removing the bag.
Then attach the tool hose! You can use the various blowing or inflating accessories to dust or inflate.
#2: Hard Floor Polisher.
The second thing Kirby vacuum cleaners can do is polish or scrub your hard floor! They have a wide range of polishers and scrubbers.
Kirby vacuums can also shampoo carpets, upholstery, and spots! They have many attachments that allow you to shampoo almost anything you can imagine.
#4: Pet Hair/ Stair Cleaning
You can use the Kirby zip brush to easily clean pet hair off of any surface or clean stairs without hauling a heavy vacuum up and down.
#5: Mattress Cleaning
Do you have allergies? Do you have allergens in your mattress? Kirby vacuum cleaners are one of the only ones on the market that come with a mattress attachment!
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