Is your Hoover past its prime?

There's nothing more heartbreaking than seeing an old vacuum cleaner as it puffs and wheezes around your front room, spilling out dust from its perforated bag and choking asthmatically on a hairball or a speck of grit. What was once a healthy young appliance, full of vim and vigour, is now a rickety old embarrassment with a cracked nozzle and a wonky castor, and about as much suction as a child's toy arrow.

You might think that the kindest thing to do is to take it out into the back yard and blow its filter out with a shotgun.

But wait just one darn moment! Here at the Duncleanin' Home for Knackered Hoovers, we can provide a carefree life for your retired Henrys and Henriettas. A place where they can live out their remaining years in an atmosphere of comfort and dignity, whilst being dragged about by their hoses, scuffed up against skirting boards and used as doorstops.

So when it's time to empty out your loved one into the wheelie bin of decrepitude, give us a call.

The Duncleanin' Home
for Knackered Hoovers

Because old age doesn't have to suck

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