Best Dusting Vacuum

Best Dusting Vacuum  – When buying a dusting vacuum, it’s critical to hone in on what you want—and don’t want. Vacuuming power, portability and affordability all matter, of course.

You’ll also want to make sure your vacuum is ideal for the type of floors you have—some work well on hardwood, while others are strictly for carpet. From robot vacuums that do most of the work for you to ultra powerful upright options that leave no trace of pet hair behind, these are the best vacuums for cleaning your home.

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1.Shark NV356E S2

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The Shark Navigator Lift-Away Professional upright vacuum comes with a few modes you might find useful. First among them, of course, is the upright mode that lets you clean both carpets and hardwood floors. If you want to clean your stairs, however, you can detach the canister and use it as a handheld with one of several attachments. The Shark Navigator also comes with an extender, so you can vacuum higher-up areas to tackle dust and cobwebs.

Shark’s vacuum also has an anti-allergen seal to reduce chances of infectious debris from entering your home and it offers a high-capacity canister to house more dirt than most other upright vacuums.

2.Eureka RapidClean Pro

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Free yourself from getting tangled in your vacuum cord with Eureka’s powerful cordless model. With a 40 minute, fade-free runtime that makes quick work of wood and tile floors, and low pile rugs and carpets, you can tackle multiple rooms before it is time to recharge.

The RapidClean’s swiveling head gets in and around tricky corners, while bright LED headlights help you spot hidden dust and debris. It can also lie completely flat, which makes reaching under beds and furniture easier.

3.iRobot Roomba 694

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The iRobot Roomba has several built in features—including sensors that detect dirt and high-traffic areas of your home, a “cliff detect” feature that keeps it from falling down stairs and an automatic recharge function—that make daily cleaning effortless and effective.

The Roomba’s three stage cleaning system and multi-surface brushes eliminate dirt from both hard floors and carpet, and an edge sweeping brush is designed to reach into corners. The iRobot app lets you schedule regular cleanups on your phone even when you’re not home, and it connects with Alexa or Google Assistant for voice control.

4.Miele

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Miele’s vacuum is specially designed to keep hardwood floors gleaming. The high-suction 1,200-watt motor swoops up debris, while the nimble cleaning head maneuvers easily around chairs and table legs. Miele’s vacuum comes with a filtration system that protects the motor and leaves indoor air cleaner than it was prior to vacuuming.

Since this vacuum doesn’t have a brush roller, it’s not a great choice if you have lots of thicker carpeting. But if your home is mostly hardwood with scattered low-pile rugs or carpets, it’s an excellent option.

5.Dyson V8

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One of Dyson’s most popular models, the Dyson V8 Absolute is a lightweight cordless stick vacuum with powerful suction that picks up everything from hairballs to extra large dust bunnies to the tiniest specks of dirt.

The vacuum comes with six handy attachments that tackle almost every surface and corner in your home, including a mini motorized tool that gives upholstered surfaces a deep clean and combination tool that reaches areas like vents and floor trims. Best of all, the filter is washable, so you’ll never have to deal with a smelly vacuum ever again.

6.Armor All

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While cordless options are convenient for quick cleanup, the best vacuums for heavier jobs are the more powerful, corded models, like this Armor All Utility Shop Vacuum. It comes equipped with a 10-foot power cord that’s easy to wrap and store when you’re finished.

Plus, it has a brush attachment, crevice tool, detail brush and multiple nozzles (including a blower). Keep in mind the hose is 1.25 inches in diameter, so while you can easily collect dirt and dust, it won’t work for larger items, like leaves.

7.Bissell

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This powerful model by Bissell delivers effective cleaning at an exceptionally reasonable price point. The large capacity (1-liter) tank empties easily into the garbage, the filter can be removed and washed and a 25-foot cord provides extended cleaning power.

The vacuum’s scatter-free technology keeps debris from flying everywhere while you clean. And on board storage keeps all of the tools—a dusting brush, crevice tool and extension wand—in one place and close by when you need them.

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Best Dusting Vacuum – If you, like me, have found cleaning your home to be less of a necessary chore these days and more of a welcome work-from-home distraction, perhaps you’ve been considering the state of your vacuum.

Before my apartment became my life, my old upright vacuum did the trick for my weekly Sunday morning cleaning ritual, and I barely gave it any thought after half-heartedly tying up the vacuum’s cord and shoving it in a closet.

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