If you’re enjoying your morning cup of coffee by the window but feel distracted by the scratches and marks left on your window pane from cleaning with the wrong equipment, you need a special window vacuum which will give you a spotless clean.
Having clean windows is of the utmost importance as it can make or break the look of your room. It is the only source of light your room may have but if it’s caked in dust and scratches, it can make your room look dingy and dull. Having ample natural light will also help keep your mood elevated.
Raking the dried leaves out of your front lawn and garden is no easy task. If you have larger trees in your garden, there’s a chance you may have to blow the leaves away every few days or at least once every fortnight.
Now, hiring a professional gardener is not something everyone can afford. But if you can get your hands on a convenient garden vacuum and leaf blower, that you can easily use by yourself, that’s half the battle won.
The following are three options I came across while researching garden vacuums.
There are many types of vacuum cleaners that are available in the market at any given time. If you live in a relatively smaller home, it may be worth your time to look into cylinder vacuum cleaners, as these are usually smaller and lighter than the regular upright vacuum cleaners, which makes them ideal for use in smaller spaces.
Cylinder vacuum cleaners are relatively easier to manoeuvre around your home and also do not give trouble in storage when they aren’t being used. They are versatile and can be used on carpets, hard floors and stairs. They can also reach the harder to clean areas around your house with great ease than regular vacuum cleaners.
Cleaning wasn’t my strongest suit and cleaning carpets was probably my biggest weakness. My neglect has resulted in at least two carpets getting damaged and spoiled. This was because even though I was using a good vacuum cleaner, it wasn’t the right one for the type of carpet I had. Then there were issues with stains on the carpet, which is a matter for separate discussion.
The variety of carpets available can become a bit confusing at the time of buying one. You need to keep in mind where the carpet will be placed to decide which type is ideal for it. And depending on the type of carpet, the process of cleaning it will vary.
An economical and highly versatile appliance, the bagless vacuum cleaner is quickly becoming the most popular option amongst most households. They require less maintenance and replacement compared to bagged vacuum cleaners. This is because the dust and debris collected by the vacuum cleaner is deposited in an airtight dirt bin instead of a bag. Emptying out the bin is also extremely convenient.
These models are not only economical but also environmentally friendly. Most brands are now competing to create a bagless vacuum cleaner that packs all the power and punch of a bagged version.
If you’re a pet owner, cleaning your house and removing all the pet hair can be a never-ending task. If you have carpeted floors, getting the hair out of the fine fibres can be quite exhausting.
Equally, hard surfaces such as wood and tile are also challenging when it comes to pet hair. The hair sticks out like a sore thumb on hard flooring, and sweeping several times a day quickly becomes tiresome.
What you need is a vacuum cleaner that is specifically designed for dealing with pet hair. The ideal vacuum for pet hair will make it easier for the hair to be removed, and will also allow you to vacuum less than usual. Designated pet tools are also a must for dealing with carpet, hard floors, and upholstery.
The rise of the robot vacuum is well and truly here! I think it all started with the Roomba which is awesome. However, I know that the price tag of that and other robot vacuums can be a little off-putting.
We are now entering the age of the budget-priced robot vacuum as there are a few models on the market right now that are much lower in price.
I have had the chance to look at three of the contenders for the best robot vacuum under £200 award. I was very interested to see how they compared to their more expensive counterparts.
The need of the hour is a compact, small vacuum cleaner that takes care of all your cleaning needs without taking up too much space. It needs to be lightweight, small and yet be versatile and powerful enough to get even the most stubborn dirt.
There are several areas in your house that are prone to collecting dirt and dust. The carpet, upholstery, light fittings, corners, high surfaces, etc. Especially if you have pets, the chances of fine dust, hair and dirt getting stuck in invisible parts of your house are high. You, therefore, need a vacuum cleaner that can tackle all of these problems without requiring too much maintenance or work on your end.
If managing your vacuum cleaner takes more effort than actually cleaning your carpet, it is probably time to trade up that vacuum cleaner for a lighter one. Getting dust out of upholstery, crevices and corners can be frustrating enough.
But a cumbersome vacuum cleaner only makes it harder and does not even do the job any better than a lightweight one. Besides, it’s not as convenient to store either. All the bulk for no extra benefits!
If your home has carpets, curtains, and upholstery, as any furnished home typically has, you need a good vacuum cleaner to ensure you can keep your home dust-free. There are several options out in the market but a traditional upright vacuum cleaner is most likely to give you the most power and efficiency.
Being upright is not the only criteria, however. The vacuum cleaner should also have other features that make it a worthy buy. You need to take into account weight, filtration, versatility, etc. before making a decision.
While I love getting the chance to check out some of the most expensive vacuum cleaners, I know that for many people those are an extreme luxury item and out of reach for a lot of people.
However, a great vacuum cleaner does not have to cost you a fortune. That is why today I am looking at what is the best budget vacuum cleaner under £100.
A handheld vacuum cleaner is one of those devices that at first you think to yourself “do I really need one?”. But then when you actually use one, you wonder how you ever managed to live without it. A handheld vacuum cleaner is something that can be used to clean the house from top to bottom.
Not only that, you can take it outside to give the car a clean and reach all those annoying spots a regular vacuum cleaner cannot. Looking for the best handheld vacuum cleaner can be tough as there are so many great ones.
I know that if you are reading this then you also want a little help or something that is just going to make your life a heck of a lot easier.
Thankfully making your life much easier is what a robot vacuum is all about and they are pretty cool gadgets that once you have gotten used to one, you will wonder how you ever managed without it.
Giving the car a good clean can be brutal. No matter if you drive on your own or if you have kids and pets making a mess, a car can very quickly become filthy.
In this guide, I will be reviewing five of the most highly regarded car vacuum cleaners on the market right now. I am going to put them through their paces and see which one is the best car vacuum cleaner.
What Is The Best Cordless Vacuum Cleaner? Reviews Of The Top Cord-Free And Battery Operated Models in 2019
Vacuuming the house is not one of the most fun things in the world, especially if the vacuum you are using is not the best. You have to hoover over the same part time and time again, it turns itself off and in general, it makes an already annoying chore much worse!
Thankfully, there are many great cordless vacuum cleaners these days and I have been given the chance to test out some of the best cordless vacuums in the UK right now.