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- A person who cleans something
- scrub brush: a brush with short stiff bristles for heavy cleaning
- a worker who uses a scrub brush to clean a surface (usually a floor or deck)
- A brush or other object used to clean something
- An apparatus using water or a solution for purifying gases or vapors
- a purifier that removes impurities from a gas
- A space entirely devoid of matter
- A space or container from which the air has been completely or partly removed
- the absence of matter
- A gap left by the loss, death, or departure of someone or something formerly playing a significant part in a situation or activity
- void: an empty area or space; "the huge desert voids"; "the emptiness of outer space"; "without their support he'll be ruling in a vacuum"
- The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk
- All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story
- A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity
- the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"
- shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"
- a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"
Hoover Uh20060 Bagless Quick Vacuum Upright Vacuum
Hoover? has been keeping the standard for clean set on high? for over 100 years with products that help you get your floors truly clean with less effort so you can move on to the next important thing in your day. The hoover? quick vac is a lightweight bagless upright thats a great cleaning solution for small living spaces. Its sleek and lightweight design allows you to maneuver around furniture and tight spaces with ease while the powerful 12 amp motor gets the job done thoroughly. requires minimal maintenance with a rinsable filter that can be easily cleaned under running water. When used and maintained properly youll never need to replace the filter within the warranty period. the on-board tools and stretch hose allow you to vacuum hard-to-reach areas with ease and the telescoping handle lets you adjust the size for storage in even the smallest closets. Hoover? is proud to meet the cleaning needs of all our customers. ^ ^^only 11 pounds - easy to use with thorough cleaning power ^ ^^telescopic d-grip handle has two height adjustments for easy storage ^ ^^bottom release dirt cup lets you see what you&39;ve picked up when it&39;s time to empty it out and simplifies dirt disposal ^ ^^brushroll on/off automatically adjust as needed to clean all flooring types efficiently ^ ^^fabulous filtration - a rinsable filter and a high-quality filter made with allergen media. Allergen media traps 99% of dirt dust and pollens down to 5 microns ^ ^^carry handle on top of dirt cup so you can easily lift the lightweight vacuum for moving up or down stairs ^ ^^20&39; power cord to vacuum a large room without re-plugging ^ ^^deluxe stretch hose - 5&39; hose provides instant extended reach ^ ^^stair cleaning handle easily clean stairs with brushroll ^ ^^soft wheels - easily clean stairs with brushroll ^ ^^on board tools includes crevice tool - helps clean nooks and crannies; upholstery/dusting brush - helps get furniture clean
This ad reminds me of going to get my first bra. My friends and I had been having much discussion on the subject and the term "training bra" arose on many occasions. What we would have been "training" for was anybody's guess, but that's what you called it.
Most of us had done the requisite snooping in our mother's underwear drawers to see what might be in store for us, foundation garment-wise. My mother was fond of those cone-shaped bras with the "bull's eye" stitching, which I thought looked scary and uncomfortable. One of my friend's mothers had a BLACK bra which we considered to be incredibly racy and we speculated about why one would choose something so brazen.
Well, the day arrived when it was my turn to begin wearing a "training bra". As with everything in my relationship with my mother, this was a tense and uncomfortable subject, and something I'm sure she put off addressing for as long as humanly possible.
It began like any other Saturday in that I was to vacuum the carpet, straighten my room and make my bed. Then my mother announced that we were going "into town" (living in Lake Arrowhead, getting into the town of Blue Jay was a twenty minute ride on winding, two-lane roads, and so the journey was not made casually or spontaneously) which sounded like a pleasant break in the routine. No mention was made of our purpose "in town", but who was I to question a chance to mingle with civilization?
We arrived at one of the (few) stores in Blue Jay called "Ralph's" which was a "variety store" (also known as a "dime store" by the old-timers...think of a miniscule version of K-mart). I was still not sure of our mission, but entered the store with a spring in my step at the thought of acquiring art supplies, hair products, new clothes or a new pair of shoes.
I followed my mother to the underwear section of the store and wandered behind her for some time as she looked at the selection of BRAS IN BOXES. Then, to my surprise, she hands me a rectangular box and tells me to go in the dressing room to try "IT" on.
Into the curtained dressing room I go.....astounded that today is unexpectedly the day when my underwear needs would be forever changed. The label on the box actually said that it was a "training bra" and pictured a girl about my age with an absolutely flat chest, proudly wearing the bra as though it was the most natural thing in the world to be standing in the living room with your shirt open.
After fumbling around figuring out the mechanics of this garment and discerning that it would serve its purpose, I exited the dressing room blushing and looking at the floor, expecting my mother to be somewhere close by for moral support. No such luck. I found her at the other end of the store looking at pot scrubbers and pretending that she never knew she had a puberty-stricken daughter.
She asked me if I was ready to go and I said that yes, indeed, I was. The training bra was purchased and I was now the proud owner of preparatory lingerie.
I liked this ad because it reminds me of how natural we are supposed to feel just posing around the house in our skivvies. I also got a chuckle about the dude in the mirror lounging on the bed in his ROBE and oh-so-suggestive pose. VERY swingin' 70s!
Contamination room within the kitchen
This is part of the plastic contamination area that was taped off on our main floor. The negative air vacuum (air scrubbers/purifiers) is the big grey appliance at the bottom of the photo. We had 4 of those in our home for about a month. They were very loud, but worked well to keep the air in our home safe.
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