Are Budget Vacuum Cleaners Worth It?

Have you seen the prices of vacuum cleaners these days? You have some going for hundreds (if not thousands), and then you got some going for under a hundred. Then you get this one person saying this one budget vacuum was great and another person saying it was horrible. — Makes you want to pull

Bag or Bagless Vacuum – Which is Better?

Bagged vs. Bagless is a big debate, but which one is better? That is the question I want to answer in this post. I’ve broken it down into the good, the bad, and one more option you might not have thought of.   So if you’re considering to go bagged or bagless then check out what

I Hate LOUD Noises Like Vacuum Cleaners

I’m the type of person that hates loud noises. Even when I watch TV, I find myself turning down the volume during the time I know something loud is going to happen. I feel like I’m a great person to live next to in an apartment because of this. The chore of vacuuming is not

Pet Vacuum vs Regular Vacuum – Is It Worth It????

Do you ever feel like you’re drowning in pet hair? The hair can get everywhere and sticks deep into the carpets. Your old vacuum cleaner may have lost the battle of the pet hair, and you feel it’s time to replace it. You decide to buy a new vacuum cleaner and notice that all major

Carpet Sweeper vs Vacuum Cleaner – Which To Buy?????

Both a carpet sweeper and a vacuum cleaner serve their own purposes. If you’re considering one to replace the other, then you might want to take a step back. I’ve seen people want to buy a carpet sweeper to replace or to get instead of a vacuum cleaner. While a carpet sweeper will pick up

What Vacuum Is Comparable to a Dyson – What To Really Buy

It seems that everyone likes to compare every vacuum cleaner to a Dyson. As if Dyson has become the standard in the industry. Don’t get me wrong, Dyson does make some good vacuum cleaners, but they’re not the only ones around. Instead of everyone asking if one vacuum cleaner is comparable to a Dyson, it

What’s the Best Vacuum for a Restaurant?

The first thing people look at (or at least I do) when they walk into a restaurant is the floors. If the floors are nasty, then the kitchen must be nasty too, and that’s enough reason for anyone to leave. Pfft… you might be thinking, but it’s true. To keep the floors looking great, you need

How Often To Vacuum This & That?

It can get a little confusing on how often you should vacuum certain things like your home or even furniture. What we want to do is gather all the things that can be vacuumed and give you recommendations on how often you should be taking the vacuum cleaner to them. You’ll be surprised by how often

How to Clean a Vacuum Cleaner Brush

It’s very common to get hair, string, and other items stuck in your vacuum cleaners beater brush. The more stuff that gets trapped, the less efficient your vacuum becomes at cleaning the carpets. The great thing about many modern vacuum cleaners is that the manufacturer knows that you’ll need to clean the brush someday. So they

A Vacuum Cleaner Without a Beater Brush – Why and Where?

That spinning rolling beater bar that is under a vacuum cleaner can sometimes do more damage than good. You’ll want to use a vacuum cleaner without a beater brush on hardwood floors to avoid scratching the floors and slinging debris away. You also need to avoid the vacuums with the spinning brushes for certain carpets

Best Hair Vacuum for Salons – Stationary Vacuums

If you have a salon and don’t have a Hair Vacuum or better yet a Stationary Vacuum then you need to really consider one. These salon vacs can make your life a little bit easier when it comes to sweeping up hair and other debris on your floor. The problem you’ll run into when looking

Best Vacuum For Pet Hair & Dander – How The EXPERTS Do It

You’ve been doing it wrong! Yes, the way you have been going after vacuum cleaners to find the ONE that works best for pet hair and dander has brought you down the wrong path of actually getting it out of your carpet effectively. Do you know how the experts do it? They use a Carpet Rake.

How Often You Should Change Your Vacuum’s Filter

It seems everyone has different opinions on when someone should change their vacuum cleaner’s filter. It doesn’t matter if it’s a standard filter or HEPA filter, everyone gives different advice. I recommend changing the filter every year if you vacuum once a week. If you have bad allergies, I recommend replacing them every 6 months

How To Use A Vacuum Cleaner – You’ve Been Doing It Wrong!

Using a vacuum cleaner may seem simple enough, many vacuums even have the same ways to use them. But did you know you’ve been vacuuming all wrong? Let me guess; you grab the vacuum cleaner and start to vacuum right away? Well, that is incorrect. The first thing you should do before vacuuming especially if

How To Improve or Fix Vacuum Cleaner Suction

Over time your vacuum cleaner may lose suction making it almost impossible to pick things up. If this has happened then it’s time to give it a little love and service it. You have two options for improving the suction of your vacuum cleaner, you can either take it to the repair shop and let

How To Vacuum In Tight Spaces

Sometimes, you may find yourself needing to reach tight spots with your vacuum cleaner. Whether it’s between car seats, a sewing machine, or any confined space, using the appropriate attachments can be quite helpful. On the internet, I often come across various “hacks” that claim to assist in accessing these cramped areas. The most popular

How Late or Early Can You Vacuum Your Apartment?

I had someone propose an interesting question to me the other day. They wonder when it is too late to vacuum their apartment? This also brought up the question of how early can you start vacuuming? Unfortunately, there is not a rule set in stone for everyone, and also it all depends on your neighbors

Best Vacuum For Sand

No matter how hard you try to keep sand out of the home, it always finds its way in. You probably know the pain of getting the sand out of carpets and hard floors like tile. You most likely have gone through a couple of vacuum cleaners in the past that ended up dying because