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Target.com has Hoover ONEPWR Handheld Sprayer on sale for $49.99. Select in-store pickup where available.
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  • Up to 145 tanks on full charge
  • Reduce your plastic waste from single-use cleaning bottles with this handheld sprayer that allows you to refill the 16 oz. tank with your preferred cleaning solution
  • Includes 16 Oz. Bottle of Hoover All Purpose Cleaner

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Target has the Hoover handheld sprayer for 49.99, original price of 129.99. Online only price.

https://www.target.com/p/hoover-o...A-81953879
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gbjohnson4821 asked this question on 05-20-2021 at 11:41 AM
05-21-2021 at 03:11 PM
Yes 2.0ah battery and charger is included
05-21-2021 at 03:22 PM
Yes a battery is included.
viperninjamaster asked this question on 05-20-2021 at 11:41 AM
05-20-2021 at 11:41 AM
Our institutional electrostatic sprayers use hydrogen peroxide.
05-21-2021 at 03:30 PM
You should not use ANY flammable or corrosive/acidic disinfectants with any electrostatic sprayer. The alcohol will breakdown plastic components inside the sprayer, and bleach will corrode/breakdown metal components in the sprayer including its nozzles. Alcohol CAN IGNITE. Hydrogen Peroxide-based cleaners may be okay, however you should reference the instructions on BOTH the cleaner and the sprayer. These sprayers are generally used with Quats-based cleaners, such as the active ingredients in Clorox wipes (non bleach) and lysol sprays/wipes. Clorox 360 Disinfectant spray is a off the shelf solution available for about $30 on amazon for a gallon. There are many other options.
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A $50 spray bottle?
It's a... $50 spray bottle. It's certainly cheaper than retail, I'm not knocking the deal.
I guess it's pretty much the same technology but I'm so used to seeing the name Hoover on things that suck. Whereas this device blows instead

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Features
  • refillable 16-oz. tank
  • includes 16-oz. Hoover All Purpose Cleaner bottle
  • Model: BH90100

https://www.target.com/p/hoover-o...A-81953879
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Thanks got one!
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It's a... $50 spray bottle. It's certainly cheaper than retail, I'm not knocking the deal.
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Can I make my own solution for this? Like one with baking soda in it?
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Thank you. I got one. I'm curious to see how it will work.
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Can I make my own solution for this? Like one with baking soda in it?
I imagine it would be okay as long as the baking soda is fully dissolved. This sprays a light mist.
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thank you for posting hug
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A $50 spray bottle?
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A $50 spray bottle?
Right???
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Seems pretty clear it was designed to take advantage of needs with the virus and is now going to sit on shelves unless the price drops.
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I guess it's pretty much the same technology but I'm so used to seeing the name Hoover on things that suck. Whereas this device blows instead
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I guess it's pretty much the same technology but I'm so used to seeing the name Hoover on things that suck. Whereas this device blows instead
LMAOLMAOLMAO
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This is a glorified spray bottle. If someone looking at this is interested in more EFFECTIVE spraying, you could look at an electrostatic sprayer. I haven't done much research on prices since I don't really need perfect sanitizer application, but I know Ryobi has one for $200 or so at direct tools outlet. That's a product that actually improves application by charging the solution particles to stick to surfaces that typically don't take cleaner well.
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