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Homework Stations to Rug Care: Hoover Vacuums Launches Blog with Help from Top Interior Designer

Design star Kim Myles pairs with iconic vacuum brand to explore the intersection of floor care and design

GLENWILLOW, Ohio, Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Hoover, the iconic floor care brand with a history of progressing the way Americans clean, has launched a new blog on Hoover.com aimed at giving renters and homeowners practical advice and information on floor care and design with plenty of fun mixed in.

Named 18 Degrees by Hoover, in reference to the angle of the line that bisects their well-known logo, the blog is set to become a clearing house of information that ranges from when and how to clean your floors to design ideas and even cleaning-music playlists.     

To help launch the blog, Hoover has partnered with makeover maven Kim Myles. Myles, who appears regularly on OWN's Home Made Simple and is the creator of a line of candles and wall stencils available at KimMyles.com, will be a regular monthly contributor to 18 Degrees by Hoover

"I feel like flooring is one of the unsung heroes of the room," said Myles. "As a designer, I have a vested interest in flooring, in rugs, in all of that - I am obsessed with it. And Hoover makes it really easy to get it all clean, so it just felt like a perfect storm of happy times."

The collaboration begins with a blog post dedicated to creating an inspiring homework station for families with school-aged kids. Myles offers insights for problems that range from lack of space to the fact that homework can be boring.

Hoover intends to involve even more guest bloggers to address unique home solutions on 18 Degrees in the coming year.

18 Degrees by Hoover can be found at hoover.com/blog/

For more information, contact Patrick Coleman: [email protected], 440-996-2227

SOURCE TTI Floor Care North America

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