vacuum/brand/cannister or upright/like or not


#1

I have a miele cannister. Reasonably happy with it.


#2

We have an Oreck upright . . . good for light/medium-duty vacuuming . . .


#3

I want more input, please.


#4

I’ve seen commercials on TV about those Dyson vacs…anyone know anything about those?
And my cleaning service uses Orecks, just FYI


#5

Sam’s has them and I’ve been looking at them.


#6

What kind of input? You have a Miele and are reasonably happy; we have an Oreck which is good for light/medium-duty vacuuming . . .

Aside from that, it’s light and easy to carry up/down stairs. We have mostly hardwood floors downstairs with area rugs - it does a good job on the dust bunnies and dog hair . . . it’s okay on the carpets upstairs, but not quite heavy enough for serious vacuuming . . .


#7

Dirt Devil bagless here. I don’t know which model it is. I love not having bags. And it does a good job on all the carpets. Not great on solid surfaces, however.


#8

My Roomba has been somewhat of a disappointment, although it is probably my own fault. I need to clean my floors really well, and then just run it every day to keep the floors clean. I just keep forgetting to charge it, maybe I’ll remember next time after my cleaning service is here.


#9

Does that make you a bagless lady??


#10

LMAO, Gman…
You still crack me up!!!


#11

I guess it does. :stuck_out_tongue:

I think that’s better than a bag lady. At least I’m choosing to believe it is! :smiley:


#12

Do you have a shopping cart??


#13

As a matter of fact, there is a small orange shopping cart in the backyard! :expressionless:


#14

Don’t you have someplace in the neighborhood you can leave it? We sort of have a corner where people put the shopping carts and the supermarket picks them up with a truck every once in awhile.
It must be the same person who brings the cart home all the time.


#15

BOL!!!


#16

haha. It’s one of the tyco ones for the kids. My 2 year old niece plays with it when she visits.


#17

Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight!! <wink wink>


#18

Actually (snicker), I mean input from more people, not more input from you. Poor phrasing.


#19

#20

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