Clean Your Space More Efficiently with This 2-in-1 Vacuum
Keep your home office clean and increase productivity.
No matter how you're working these days, most people prefer a clean workspace. For some businesses and individuals, that means paying for a cleaning service to keep their office (no matter where it is) clean and tidy. But not everyone has that luxury to pay for professional cleaners. If you're working to establish a productive workspace but the cleaning duties are falling to you, at least make the job easier on yourself with the Jashen F16 Wet & Dry 2-in-1 Cordless Vacuum Mop.
This cleaning tool can make an ingenious addition to your cleaning supplies. The Jashen F16 is a powerful 2-in-1 cordless vacuum and mop with a detachable battery that lets you vacuum all over your home for up to 30 minutes (or about 120 square meters) on a single charge. But it also has a clever trick. By doubling as a mop, it not only sucks up crumbs and other detritus, but it also physically scrubs your floors as well as you go. The high efficiency cleaning system ensures that floors get clean and dry in less than two minutes.
It's particularly effective on hard floor surfaces like kitchens or bathrooms, removing sticky grime like footprints or grease without having to get down on your knees to scrub them out.
The Jashen is full of clever features to ensure efficient use. The BRN hair tangle-free tech continuously removes hair to make the vacuum easier to clean while the unique drying system avoids mold forming and making your vacuum smelly. The dual tank separates clean water and dirt to maintain fresh water dispensation all the time while the self-cleaning function goes to work with just a touch.
Keep your space clean with a smarter appliance. Right now, the Jashen F16 Wet & Dry 2-in-1 Cordless Vacuum Mop is on sale through May 20th for just $279.99. That's 6 percent off the $299 list price.
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