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Q:What are some vacuum cleaners that do NOT have a brush-roll?
Every canister vacuum I know of has a way to put a plain floor brush on the end of the wand instead of a beater brush. Shop-vacs also just have plain brushes.
Q:Professional House Cleaners only please suggest a vacuum?
My professional cleaner (a 20-year pro) uses whatever vacuum her clients own. If they don't own one, she charges extra for the hassle of hauling the vacuum around.
Q:Is China a good consumer market to explore?
Wall to wall carpeting such as you would see in western countries is not popular in Chinese apartments, so vacuum cleaners would be a poor product choice to market there. As they become more affluent and better able to afford medical care, such things a s medical diagnostic equipment will likely have a market.
Q:Vacuum cleaners under $100?
Purchase a rebuilt or reconditioned vacuum from a Vacuum Cleaner Sales Store. You can probably pick up a $600.00 machine, rebuilt, for under $100.00. This would be a much better machine than any new machine that sells in that price range. you can also find, new, a Sharp machine for prox., $200.00.
Q:Is there such a thing as a quiet vacuum cleaner?
Hi Tessa, I haven't come across one yet. Some are quieter than others though. Have the sales person plug it in before you buy a new one. Check several before you make your decision. I make the salesperson dismantle the brush roller, put on a new belt ,if it has one, you name it. I'm very sensitive to fighting a vacuum just to change a belt, or to clean the brushes! I guess I'm just plain old mean. Bye
Q:cleaning without vacuum?
Wow, defensive much? We really didn't need to know your living situation in order to help you clean. What about one of those little carpet sweeper things? It would be a lot of work to get all the dirt out, but it would be better than nothing, and far less expensive than a vacuum. Take rugs outside and beat them. And for hard surfaces, a broom and/or a dust mop. The easiest way to dust is to put a sock on your hand and wipe everything down, with Pledge or another dust spray if you have it, dry if you don't.
Q:kirby vacuum cleaners?
Had one about 16 yrs. No complaints, but it is pricy. Bags pricy. Carpet shampoo works, other brands of shampoo not recommended (work poorly). Reliable, wife likes the self propelled option on single level house. Wouldn't want to push it around house without self propelling, which requires adjusting every few years. Buy one, will last a lifetime, I think. Try to get price down to $700-800. Salesmen will dicker w/you.
Q:What kind of vacuum to buy for hardwood floors and rugs with a shedding dog?
Like the first Answerer said, you definitely want a vacuum with the 'brush off' option for your non-carpeted floors. Not only does it prevent scratching of the floors, but it also prevents 'throwing' that happens with vacuums that do not have this option--this is especially helpful for those who have cats as the litter gets thrown from the beater brush. Them Dysons are crap. I've vacuumed shampooed the carpet of my clients who had pets. The ones that had Dysons were the worst! I found out how terrible the Dysons were when I'd shampoo the carpet after vacuuming. There was SOO MUCH pet hair left in the carpet after vacuuming that it would constantly clog my shampooer. I kept having to take apart the shampooer clean out the pet hair that clogged the suction holes. I have a Bissell Lift-Off that I bought second-hand for only $45. Actually, I have 2 now as I use one for my clients the other for the home. Of all the vacuums I use ( I use a lot of different kinds b/c I am a house cleaner), I like this one the best overall.
Q:which Vacuum cleaner company will be the first to used the phrase our vacuum's suck to promote their product?
According to Dyson they have advertised that Our vacuum cleaners really suck. Electrolux has advertised their products with Nothing sucks like an Electrolux. I have no idea who was first or if others have also used similar slogans. I have read complaints about Black and Decker products where it was stated that the only product they make that does not suck is their vacuum. Personally I have not had much experience with their products but with the couple I have had they were OK considering most were less expensive and for small occasional jobs they were sufficient. For serious working I have my quality tools that also carried much higher prices. For air pumps that plug into a vehicle lighter socket I can say that my Black and Decker air pump has been excellent having filled many bike tires, wheel barrow tires and other things. After 25 years it still blows.
Q:I would like to hear from users of the H20 Vacuum Cleaners. Are they as good as they say?