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Post# 1158648   9/4/2022 at 12:37 (458 days old) by Maytagmike (Burlington, Vt)        

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Good afternoon friends. washed my microfiber kitchen towels today in my Hoover love this machine.

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Post# 1158752 , Reply# 1   9/5/2022 at 15:47 (457 days old) by Hippiedoll ( arizona )        
How cool...

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Is that washer a counter/table top model HOOVER portable washer?
And if so, about how big is it? Like a large stockpot?

Post# 1158865 , Reply# 2   9/6/2022 at 08:46 (457 days old) by Maytagmike (Burlington, Vt)        
Hoover tabletop washer

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Hi Christina, it is a tabletop washer. It is 16" high that includes the motor base, and 15" wide. I wash my microfiber kitchen towels in it I can wash 10 towels at a time.

Post# 1158877 , Reply# 3   9/6/2022 at 10:47 (456 days old) by Adam-aussie-vac (Canberra ACT)        
Weren’t these machines

Also made under Other names such as Kenmore and handy hot? And what about that Master branded machine?

Post# 1158893 , Reply# 4   9/6/2022 at 12:49 (456 days old) by Maytagmike (Burlington, Vt)        
Tabletop washers

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Hi Adam, yes other companies made them, Kenmore, Handy Hot, Montgomery Ward,ect. Which I have in my collection. They also came in colors. Red and gray, light gray, green and yellow some of them had the plunger type of agitation like the GM built Frigidaire washers.

Post# 1161862 , Reply# 5   10/17/2022 at 17:31 (415 days old) by unclejohn (Can)        

Michael (aka Maytagmike),

I didnt know ...
... that Hoover did make such small washers, even smaller than their well-known portable twinnies !

Yes, how cool that is. Great vintage. Pretty sure that one you have was manufactured in North Canton. 1960s?

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