(Closed) Vaccum Cleaners?

posted 4 years ago in Home
Post # 2
9282 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2013

i love my shark rotator power lift away.  if you are a costco member, it is best price i found and an additional $50 off this week.

my mom loves mine so much, she wants me to get her one.

we have a dog.

i researched a lot before buying it and decided i didn’t want to spend the money on a dyson, though i heard those are amazing as well.

Post # 3
506 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

We just bought a Dyson and I have to say it is amazing! I have hardwood floors throughout but area rugs and fabric sofas. We bought the cordless Animal to use to remove all cat hair on those and it does an amazing job at it. We were so impressed with how much junk it sucked out of our living room rug the first time we vaccumed it… it was grossed!

Post # 4
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Post # 5
836 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2015

We have a roomba and it is hands down the best purchase we have ever made! We have 4 pets, and were having to sweep or vaccuum almost daily, and even then would still have balls of hair rolling around.  They’re a bit pricey, but it can run when you arent home, and saves you alot of time! We have hardwood, tile, and carpet, and it does all 3 fabulously!

Post # 6
2628 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

I have bad allergies, not sure what you are allergic to, but what was super important for me was to get one with a hepa filter.  The doctor told me the best thing would be hard wood floors, but a hepa filter is second best.  Most new vaccums, have them, unles they are really cheap, but something to double check.  My sister got a really nice older used vaccum, and it did not have one.

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