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Henry Hoover Vacuum Cleaners

Meet Henry Hoover, quite possibly the most famous hoover of them all! Don’t be fooled by his cute persona though, because he means business. Tough, efficient and built to last, the design features of Numatic Vacuums are second to none. Whether you’re cleaning the car, the home or the office, Henry won’t let you down.

He's not alone, we stock his friends too including Hetty, Harry and James, who cover everything from tricky pet hair to commercial scale cleaning. So, no matter what your cleaning needs may be, we can help! Take a look at our full range of Numatic cylinder/tub vacuum cleaners. And don’t forget, Henry and his friends are delivered free of charge, so all you have to do is choose your favourite! We also offer Henry Hoover bags and filters as well as Henry Hoover tools and accessories so there’s no need to shop around, we’ve got it all at One Stop Cleaning Shop.


Which is the Best Henry Hoover?

We don’t like to have favourites round here but, without fully understanding your specific requirements, the original Henry Hoover HVR200 model is one of the best numatic cylinder/tub vacuum cleaners for day-to-day cleaning. Over the years, Henry Hoover has benefited from a number of upgrades and facelifts making it one of the most efficient vacuum cleaners on the market today.

There’s also the Henry Hoover HVR200M-11 model which is specially designed for asthma sufferers, utilising technology to meet standards approved by the British Allergen Foundation.


What is the Wattage for Henry Hoovers?

The original Henry Hoover is a 620 watts, 230 volts cylinder vacuum manufactured by Numatic. 620 watts provides you with enough performance and energy to carry out a range of cleaning tasks in the home. Our vast array of Henry Hoovers ranges in wattage dependent on your cleaning needs with watts ranging from 250w all the way up to 1200w.


What's the Difference Between Henry and Hetty Hoover?

In short, there is no difference between Henry Hoover and Hetty Hoover. Both vacuums offer high-performance cleaning, they just have a slightly different look.

Hetty was first introduced to the market in 2007 as Henry Hoover’s younger adorable sister. Hetty has a feminine appearance in pastel pink with eyelashes to give her the highly sought after cutesy-appearance. But don’t let her age or appearance fool you. The Hetty Hoover is a high-performance model, with mirroring quality and capabilities of its big brother Henry. Both Henry and Hetty come in compact versions for ease of storage.


Are Henry Hoovers Good for Pet Hair?

The Henry Hoover is a powerful numatic vacuum which is highly effective at picking up stubborn pet hair from cats and dogs. If pet hair is a big concern in your home, you may want to explore some of the features of the Harry Hoover HHR200-11 model, which comes with a turbo tool specifically for picking up and cleaning your home of pet hair.


James Hoover or Henry Hoover?

The James Hoover is another cylinder vacuum cleaner from the extensive Henry Hoover range and is best suited to domestic cleaning for those with smaller homes. James is lightweight and compact, yet powerful enough to clean your household from top to bottom, making it ideal for those looking for an effective vacuum that is easy to store away.


How to Empty a Henry Hoover?

Emptying a Henry Hoover couldn’t be easier. Simply pull out the clips, remove the head, then take out the pre-motor filter. Next, remove the old bag and replace it with a new hoover bag over the bag connector. Now all you need to do is replace the pre-motor filter and Henry’s head and finish by securing with the clips.


How to Clean a Henry Hoover Filter?

The Henry Hoover filter is washable and regular cleaning may help to keep your vacuum running efficiently. If possible, it is best to wash the filter when you are replacing the bag. You can wash the Henry Hoover filter using warm water, but make sure it is completely dry before you replace the filter.


My Henry Hoover has Stopped Working. What Should I Do?

If your Henry Hoover has stopped working, then there could be a number of reasons for this. Before you write him off, make sure you assess a few things first. If he is cutting out when the cable moves, then the electrical plug should be checked. If nothing is happening when you are turning on your Henry Hoover, then it’s worthwhile checking the fuse in the plug, the switches and the motor carbon brushes. If you are still not sure what’s wrong, get in touch. At One Stop Cleaning Shop, we will be more than happy to help bring your Henry Hoover back to life.


Why Does My Henry Hoover Smell?

No one likes a smelly Henry, but there are a number of reasons why your Henry Hoover may start to smell unpleasant. Firstly, it could be due to the bag, so make sure you replace this regularly. If you’ve replaced the bag and your Henry Hoover still smells, it may be linked to the filter being dirty. You can wash the filter with warm water and once washed, this should eliminate any unpleasant odours. Another cause of Henry Hoover smells is the hose, so always check the attachments for any blockages.


Henry Vs Dyson

Is a Henry Hoover better than Dyson? Well, at One Store Cleaning Shop we prefer the Henry range due to its high performance and its range of features. Henry Hoovers are highly efficient, practical vacuum cleaners that offer an extensive number of benefits and are excellent value for money.


How Much Does a Henry Hoover Cost?

Our Henry Hoover range varies in price depending on the model selected. Prices for simpler models start at just under £100, ranging all the way up to just over £1,000 for more industrial suited vacuum cleaners. Whatever your budget, there’s a Henry Hoover model to suit your needs at One Stop Cleaning Shop.

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