Hi all -
I hope some of you will offer recs - what vack would you buy tom'w if
yours died? I tend to like the bagless feature and don't want to
spend over $400.
a blonde,long haired cat is my biggest problem - hair EVERYWHERE.
thanks for any info,
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I would buy not one but two Roombas, or maybe just the newest model
and use the remaining $ for extra recharger and extra room divider.
They are bagless.
The thing that's nice about Roomba is you can effortlessly run it
every single day. We turn ours on every morning right before leaving
the house. No, it doesn't necessarily have the same amount of power as
other vaccuums, but since it's so easy to use, you end up using it
much more frequently. Your house stays clean by maintaining the floors
on a daily basis, vs having to do a deep thorough vaccuum once a week.
I don't have cats, but I hear they are supposed to be great for people
with pets. We do have to be careful to clean out the brushes
regularly, as we've got three females in this house with long hair
that can clog them up.
I sold vacuums for eight years, and have a contract cleaning company.
My two favorite vacuums now are a Eureka 1400 series (upright, top fill bag)
and it's brutish cousin the Sanitaire commercial, with a cloth bag. Every
vacuum has shortcomings, but these seem to be real "hair raisers"
Best of luck in you quest
: Hi all -
: I hope some of you will offer recs - what vack would you buy tom'w if
: yours died? I tend to like the bagless feature and don't want to
: spend over $400.
: a blonde,long haired cat is my biggest problem - hair EVERYWHERE.
: thanks for any info,
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