Welcome To Our Store!
We are not a Rainbow vacuum cleaner dealer. Nor do we sell new Rainbow vacuum cleaners. We are a dealer for vacuum cleaner parts and supplies including the parts for most Rainbow vacuum cleaner models. If you are looking to talk to the person that sold you your Rainbow, this is the wrong place. You should go directly to the company website at http://www.rainbowsystem.com.
We are a real brick and mortar retail store in the small college town of Wooster, Ohio. We have been servicing our local customers since 1987 and online customers for about 11 years.
If you call, you get either my wife Cheryl, or me. My name is Claude Whitacre.
If you are looking for Rainbow vacuum cleaner parts such as; motors, cords, basins, separators, hoses, attachments, etc...then you have come to the right website.
We sell mostly genuine Rainbow vacuum cleaner parts and a few generic parts of equal quality. The difference is always noted in the descriptions.
If you have the model Rainbow D3, Rainbow D4, Rainbow D4C, Rainbow SE, Rainbow E-Series (1 and 2 )..... we will have the parts you need. If you cannot find the part here, simply call us at 1-800-799-9893.
Also, if the order is for $100 or more, the shipping is free (within the 48 contiguous states). Orders under $100 will pay a flat $8.95 for shipping. We do not ship overseas.
I hope we can help!
The Sweeper Store
2799 Cleveland Rd
Wooster Ohio 44691
Cheryl and Claude Whitacre | Owners
Our planet has had vacuum cleaners for around a century. Some mechanisms of the current vacuum are utterly new, And selected features are about the same as in the beginning. You can read about the chronicle presented here.
There was an excessive amount of dispute concerning who began vacuum carpet. It will be painless to know what customers had in their houses and what did consumers have for picking up dirt in the 19th century. From the 1800s people emjoyed wall to wall carpet and rugs to hold the dirt away and prevent dirt from getting into their houses. Their single approach to dispose of the dirt and dust was to hang the area rug and whack it with a switch. This led to the creation of a rug beater that looked like a tennis racket.
On the list of first known cleaning machines was made in 1869 when Ives McGaffey discovered an innovative resolution to solve the question of sweeping the carpeting, taking out and smacking the carpet was not always an innovative resolution. He created a solution which would brush the rug in a better way. He dicovered a rug cleaner that employed rotating roller brushes, and supplied suction power. This was certainly one of the first prototype of a vacuum cleaner. Over time not much has altered the way vacuum cleaners have served.
John Thurman was the first individual to create motorized vacuum cleaner in 1899. Unluckily, the first vacuum cleaner was so enormous that it had to be stored on the back of a trailer outside the house with a quite long cord run indoors to do the sweeping. Melvin Bissell, later on became famous with their carpet cleaner that swept up dirt and filth and left it in a pan behind the cleaner
Hoover in 1908 built a sweeper that not only used a filter bag but also offered cleaning tools and other parts. This sweeper weighed 40 pounds yet it was substantially more well-liked. By 1926 Hoover had incorporated agitation in its vacuum cleaners that meant the dust would be swept up from the carpet and sucked up by the suction. Replacement pieces were also accessible to switch any part that got worn out.
Shortly, plastic vacuum cleaners were released and after that headlights were put on vacuum cleaners to make them more popular. Upright vacuums hit the market in the 1950s. Self propelled vacuum cleaners became popular by the late 1960s. The decades since have seen huge improvements with vacuum cleaners.
Increasingly businessmen came up with different prototypes claiming to be the definitive cleaning machine. In 1907 James Spangler who was a janitor in the Ohio business designed an electric vacuum cleaner that he soon after improved to incorporate on board tools and a cloth outer container to enclose the dirt and filth.
Cleaning might have come long way since it's first prototype but the main design type does indeed remain in vacuum cleaners in hundreds of thousands of households surrounding the globe accordingly leaving a great legacy of deafening ungainly dust accumulating machines in the past.
There are even new vacuum cleaners that can be purchased that have ultraviolet rays to eradicate mites, fleas, mold, viruses, and germs. In the future more powerful and better vacuum cleaners and know-how will be used to serve people to discover a unsoiled residence which may be free of microorganisms and uninvited insects, mites, and odors.