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A carpet beater or carpetbeater (also referred to as a rug beater or rugbeater, mattenklopper, carpet whip, rug whip, clothes-beater, dust beater or dustbeater, carpet duster, wicker slapper, rug duster, or pillow fluffer, and formerly also as a carpet cleaner or rug cleaner) is a housecleaning tool that was in common use until the vacuum cleaner became affordable during the early 20th century. Carpets, rugs, clothes, cushions, and bedding were hung over a clothesline or railing and the dust and dirt was beaten out of them. Typically made of wood, rattan, cane, wicker, spring steel or coiled wire, antique rug beaters have become very collectible. Modern mass-production versions can also be in plastic or wire.
I have a Hoover Turbo Scrub Carpet Cleaner and Shark Steam Pocket Mop that I have no need for, and both are still NIB.
$80 for Hoover Carpet Cleaner
$40 for Shark Steam Mop
$100 for both.
Prefer FTF near Tualatin Cabela's or Tigard Pawn.
Thanks for looking!