Buyers Guide

Buyers Guide

Buyers Guide
Deep cleaning vacuums
The typical features with these types of​ vacuums
include rotating brushes that agitate the carpet
pile and loosen the dirt for better clean .​
are some models that offer a​ handy automatic tool
conversion button or​ switch that you can push or​
flip as​ you move from carpet to​ hardwood floor.
Hand held vacuums
Hand held vacuums are light weight, can be corded
or cordless, and you can even mount most of​ them
on the wall if​ you prefer .​
The performance of​ the
cordless models will depend on the charge of​ the
battery, as​ the battery power drops, so will the
suction power.
The two types of​ hand held vacuums include straight
suction and suction with a​ power brush .​
If you
are considering a​ hand held vacuum cleaner, you
should consider its primary purpose, if​ you plan
to use it​ on a​ regular basis or​ occasionally on
smaller jobs.
Broom vacuums
Stick or​ broom vacuums are great for smaller type
apartments, quick clean ups in​ the kitchen, or
a family room .​
The benefit of​ a​ broom vacuum is
the light weight .​
If you have trouble pushing
your heavier upright around, the broom vacuum
may come as​ a​ relief .​
You'll also have the option
of getting your vacuum corded or​ cordless.
They usually weight 2 - 7 lbs .​
and allow you to
easily store them in​ the closet, as​ they take up a
minimum amount of​ space .​
For quick disposal of
the dirt and debris, most models are also bagless
as well.
Wet or​ Dry vacuums
The wet/dry vacuum combination may very well be the
most versatile vacuum cleaner on the market today,
with numerous attachments and functions it​ is​ a​
very handy machine to​ have around your home .​
canister types can vary from the smaller 6 gallon
sizes to​ the larger 22 gallon sizes.
The HP ranges as​ well, from 2 to​ 10 HP .​
You should
always try to​ match the size of​ the unit to​ the
size of​ the job and frequency of​ use .​

Upright vacuums
One of​ the most popular features of​ an​ upright
vacuum cleaner is​ the bagless system .​
In addition
to the increased performance, there is​ no need
to purchase any bags .​
Emptying the canister can
be a​ little dusty, although it's still better than
messing with bags.
Most upright models come with a​ standard set of
attachments that may even include an​ upholstery
tool, a​ crevice tool, and even an​ extension wand.
A retractable cord and manual or​ automatic pile
adjustments are other common features .​
filter is​ another common and popular feature found
with most upright vacuums.
Canister vacuums
Canister vacuum cleaners normally include retractable
cords .​
Considering the fact that most cords are
around 25 foot in​ length, this feature will prevent
you from having to​ drag the cord around and
possibly damage furniture .​
a​ push of​ a​ button or
a slight tug on the cord will retract it​ into the
canister of​ the vacuum.
The nozzle can be one of​ two types, nozzle or​
power nozzle .​
To get your carpet as​ clean as​
possible, it​ is​ recommended that you use the power
nozzle, which will agitate the carpet and loosen
up the dirt for deeper cleaning .​

Another feature worth looking for is​ a​ suction
control switch, as​ this allows you to​ adjust the
flow of​ air for cleaning delicate material such
as upholstery and drapery .​

When choosing your vacuum cleaner, you should always
choose the one you like best .​
The best vacuum for
the job is​ the one you should choose, as​ things
will work out much better that way.

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