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1966 Hoover Steam/Dry Iron Ad "Tear out this ad"

Description: 1966 HOOVER STEAM/DRY IRON vintage magazine advertisement.

Size: The dimensions of the full-page advertisement are approximately 10.5 inches x 13.5 inches (26.75 cm x 34.25 cm).

Condition: This original vintage full-page advertisement is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted (slight watermark and tanning on edges).

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Description: 1966 HOOVER STEAM/DRY IRON vintage magazine advertisement "Tear out this ad"

~ Tear out this ad and take it with you when you look for an iron. Then you'll know what to look for. 1. Check the service. It can cost as much as a new iron to take some apart. (Hoover has an exclusive "one-bolt-takedown" that servicemen love. Easiest iron there is to service. But it rarely needs it.) 2. Check the handle. Is it comfortable? Are steam and spray controls handy? (Hoover knows how much homemakers have to handle an iron. That's why we try to make our iron as comfortable as possible to use.) 3. Check the ironing surface. Most steam irons have aluminum sole-plates. They conduct heat very well. But they scratch easily. Catch on delicate fabrics. (Hoover's sole-plate is sheathed in lifetime stainless steel. Stays smooth year after year. Glides over fabric.) 4. Check the name. Quality products come from brand names you recognize. (Hoover has produced quality home-care products for over 58 years.) 5. Check the temperature control. It should be as close to the sole-plate as possible. Most steam irons have the temperature control up on the handle. This requires complicated linkage that causes trouble. (Hoover put the control right on the thermostat. No linkage to work loose.) 6. Check the instructions. Most steam irons recommend distilled water. They'll "lime-up" on tap water and clog. It takes a trip to the serviceman to clean them. (Hoover lets you use tap water. Our iron is a snap to clean. The instruction book tells how.) 7. Check your Hoover dealer. For the most pleasant way there is to face ironing day. A Hoover Steam/Dry Spray Iron can make it almost nice. We're the same company that makes the vacuum cleaners. ~

Size: The dimensions of the full-page advertisement are approximately 10.5 inches x 13.5 inches (26.75 cm x 34.25 cm).

Condition: This original vintage full-page advertisement is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted (slight watermark and tanning on edges).

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1966 Hoover Steam/Dry Iron Ad "Tear out this ad"

1966 Hoover Steam/Dry Iron Ad "Tear out this ad"

Description: 1966 HOOVER STEAM/DRY IRON vintage magazine advertisement.

Size: The dimensions of the full-page advertisement are approximately 10.5 inches x 13.5 inches (26.75 cm x 34.25 cm).

Condition: This original vintage full-page advertisement is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted (slight watermark and tanning on edges).

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