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Be the MVP of Your Game Day Party with Kristin Cavallari’s Spinach Artichoke Dip

Wednesday, October 14, 2015
It’s easy to indulge on NFL game day; we’ve all been there. The beer, the dip, the nachos! Kristin Cavallari is an NFL wife who knows the game day excitement all too well. When she isn’t watching her hubby from the stands at Soldier Field, she is often the one playing host to her family and friends. While everyone loves a tailgate-themed menu, Kristin says she is always careful to serve up healthier versions of each party item. She shared with us one of her fan favorites, her Spinach Artichoke Dip that calls for coconut milk and skips the cheese. 

If you host often, Kristin has you covered on all the recipes to keep your guests coming back for more. Along with the food department, Hoover has your back when it comes to the other most important part of hosting: the cleaning and setup. The Hoover Cordless Line is the key to preparing your house for the party. It’s the perfect solution to the full-house cleanup before guests arrive and for the quick pick-ups throughout the party. By cutting the cord, the Hoover Cordless Family has cut the hassle of plugging and unplugging a vacuum from room to room or having to pull out a large vacuum for one simple spill.

“For me, time is at a minimum with so much going on,” Cavallari explains. “The Cordless line allows me to get through my quick blitz before guests arrive and get on with making my tasty yet healthy game day snacks!”

The Hoover Cordless Family has a vacuum for every surface of your home, including furniture, stairs, hardwood, tile and carpet. And the best part about it? The same battery works with all four products in the family. It’s all the power you would expect from a Hoover without the hassle of a power cord. Along with meal prep, Cavallari is also sure to have resources on hand to manage the spills and messes that are bound to happen with two little boys and a houseful of guests. Stocking wipes for her countertops and keeping her Hoover Cordless Vacuum within reach are among the ways she keeps things stress-free. All that’s left is to pull off a win. The family of Hoover® Cordless vacuums helps Kristin stay in front of every mess and focus on what’s really important - family, work, and the football!

Try this Healthy Spinach Artichoke Dip this weekend, and let us know what your guests have to say! Keep your Hoover Cordless Vacuum close so you can tackle game day like a pro!
Head to http://hoover.com/products/category/cordless/ to check out the entire Hoover Cordless Family.

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Topics: Game Day Party, Kristin Cavallari

Dog Day Morning

Tuesday, April 14, 2015
By John Hitch

I’ll start out by admitting that I’m an idiot sometimes. My wife told me not to give that mammoth store-bought ham bone to our boxer, whose allergies include but are not excluded to: gluten, poultry, dust and grass. Ham wasn’t on the list, so I thought it would be cool. After the dog devoured that pig femur down to the marrow, my wife kindly showed me the warning label that advised against dogs doing such a thing. The shards could really do severe damage to a dog’s intestinal track, so we watched her closely for that Thursday night and the following day. She seemed fine, so I thought the crisis was averted. Stories where crises are averted don’t wind up on floor care companies’ blogs, so you can imagine what I woke up to the next day was pretty horrific.

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Topics: Carpet Cleaners, Floor Care University, Pets, Spring Cleaning and Holiday Cleaning

De-winterize Your Floors (and rest of your home)

Saturday, April 04, 2015
By John Hitch

After many months of sub-zero temperatures and an endless barrage of blizzards, the spring thaw has arrived. The cold, dark visage of winter has no doubt cast its icy glare on your home, but it’s time to shake it off and open your doors to the sun’s shining, happy smile.

Be prepared, though. All that light is going to reveal some pretty nasty stuff, down to every last salt and mud deposits dragged in by the family.

So now is the time to de-winterize your floors.

Follow these steps and you’re on the right path to a quick and painless spring cleaning:

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Topics: Spring Cleaning and Holiday Cleaning

Spring (Cleaning) Training

Saturday, April 04, 2015
By John Hitch

As baseball’s spring training winds down in preparation for the season, most of us are gearing up for spring cleaning, in preparation for not living in a pigsty.

While we can’t wait for Opening Day and America’s past time starts up again, we will pass the time getting our homes clean. (They’re not dirty, per se, but the windows were closed for six months and humans shed all their outer skin cells in about four weeks.) We thought that while coaches are busy tinkering with their rosters, we should create our own batting order to beat up on dirt. So here’s our fantasy team, along with a detailed scouting report, on the Hoover products to draft for a successful cleaning season.

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Topics: Carpet Cleaners, Hard Floor Cleaners, Spring Cleaning and Holiday Cleaning, Vacuum Cleaners

Batteries Included: Picking the Right Cordless Cleaner

Friday, March 06, 2015
By John Hitch

When we released our first-ever cordless, full-size upright, we noticed an instant effect. Unencumbered by a cord, vacuuming became less of a chore. The cord may be a silly thing, but not having it changes the way you clean. You don’t stop. You just keep going. It made you rethink cleaning.

The latest expansion of our cordless line of cleaners will make you rethink cleaning — again.

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Topics: FAQ, Floor Care University, Hard Floor Cleaners, Innovation, Vacuum Cleaners

What Should I Clean When I Move Into A New Home?

Thursday, January 29, 2015
By John Hitch

A new home should mean a fresh start, but how fresh it actually is depends entirely on how clean the previous owners left it. Strategically placed furniture may have made them more likely to “forget” to take all those stains, cobwebs and remnants of cooking catastrophes past with them. Ultimately, the onus is on you when it comes to moving into a clean home. And you should do it before the moving van arrives. The good news is that this will be the easiest your house will ever be to clean. Follow these tips and it will be even easier.

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Topics: Carpet Cleaners, Cleaning and Organization Tips, How To