Canister Vacuum Reviews

canister vacuum cleaner reviews

As far back as the 1890′s, canister vacuum cleaners were the very first design that was put in practical use in regards to manufacturing vacuum cleaners even up to this day. Even today, vacuum manufacturers still use the original concept of the canister type vacuum cleaner. Not because of sentimental reasons, but that of it being effective in it’s functionality as it was more than a hundred years ago. Despite…

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GETTING GROUT CLEAN

GROUTCLEANing

It is inevitable that the grout in your home is going to get dirty.  This is particularly true in the high traffic areas of your home.  If your counter top is tile, then the grout around the areas that you use the most, like around the sink or stove top, will be discolored.  This is particularly noticeable when there are spots still look pristine.  The same thing applies to grout…

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Eureka’s Altima™ 2996AVZ – Best Price, Best Buy?

Eureka Altima

Priced at just over $100, Eureka’s top-of-the-line, family vacuum cleaner makes it difficult to even consider other brands, which can cost up to double the price. On top of that, this luxury liner has a number of different gadgets and gizmos that are extremely appealing, to pet-owners, homeowners, apartment owners, and in case that does not cover you, well, then you too. Weighing under 21 pounds allows for convenient and…

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Sebo’s Pet Vacuuming Specialist for allergy sufferers—the Felix

Sebo-Pet-Vacuuming

Pet owners diagnosed with allergies usually have a difficult time coping-up with their daily, cleaning requirements. This is mainly because pet allergies don’t need a substantial amount of the animal fur to induce an allergic reaction. The proteins embedded within the smallest traces of hair, urine drops or saliva of an animal can kick start the allergic reaction. It is often seen that vacuuming pet-hair is not convincing using the…

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Best Vacuum for Hard Wood Floors

vacuum for hardwood floors

If there’s one thing we want is a lustrous look on our hardwood floors. These surfaces look fantastic! We want to keep it that way. A great tool in this task will be selecting the best vacuum.The hardwood floors highlight the furnishings in ways that carpets cannot. They’re fairly easy to clean, unlike carpets which can get stained and require a unique cleaning. Odors can seep into carpets and be…

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Neato’s XV-11 Robotic Vacuum Gives Roomba Stiff Competition

Neato’s XV-11-2

Neato Electronics is living up to its name, and has taken the lead in robotic vacuum cleaner technology with the introduction of the XV-11 precision vacuum that boast an excellent combination of state-of-the-art gadgets . With an exceptional mapping ability and a powerful little vacuum motor inspired by jet engine designs, Neato has left the competitors ‘in the dust.’ This compact little robot will clean your floors daily, cheerfully avoiding…

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How does the DC25 stack up against Bissell’s Healthy Home™?

dc25

When it comes to state-of-the-art, truly impressive technological emphasis, Dyson stands head-and-shoulders above the competition. However, comparing the DC25, Dyson’s top-of-the-line, family-size vacuum to Bissell’s Healthy Home Vacuum™ reminds me of the last time I went to the grocery store for some Nyquil. Once I compared the generic tabs to the brand name, I thought it would be silly for anyone to pay twice as much for the same thing…

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Kenmore’s Ebony Canister Vacuum

Kenmore’s Ebony Canister Vacuum

The Ebony Canister Vacuum is marketed as a powerful multi-surface floor cleaner and retails for $359.99. This Kenmore vacuum cleaner is lightweight and even more powerful than advertised. It is effective on all surfaces including linoleum, tile, hardwood, and area rugs in addition to your carpet. Kenmore also asserts that this cleaner is excellent on furniture and the attachments do not disappoint. The Pet Powermate, which is specially designed to…

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PROPER DUSTING

PROPER DUSTING Dusting can be an art.  People have asked me many times about the best way to dust a home. Whether you have a single story home or multiple levels, the answer it always the same.  Start at the top.  This process should start upstairs, if you have an upstairs, because dust falls with gravity.  If you start at the bottom, of your home then you will need to…

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