Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Fuller Brushes, 1921

Fuller Brushes ad, 1921
Fuller Brushes ad, 1921, originally uploaded by Gatochy.

Click image for 653 x 871 size. Scanned from Taschen's "All-American Ads of the 20s".

"Genuine Fuller Brushes carry this tag in addition to the trade mark. Look for both!

Labor Saving!

That's the Fuller Wonder Mop. Its long, soft-spun strands get the dust from hard-to-get-at places - under radiators, under beds, from corners. It is soft, fluffy, dust-absorbing. Washed and wrung, it dries out like new, retaining its chemical treatment. Having no oil, it cannot spot or grease. The strands are woven in wire, to stay. But -

This is only one of the forty-five Fuller Brushes, each as well planned and perfect for its purpose, each guaranteed. There are 69 uses for them - demonstrated right in your own home by our carefully trained and supervised representatives.

FREE - 'The Handy Brush Book,' showing 69 short-cuts in housekeeping. Write to-day for your copy to

The Fuller Brush Company"

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