Best Rv Vacuum Cleaner

Best Rv Vacuum Cleaner – When you hit the road, bringing an RV vacuum with you is one of the best decisions you will make. It’s easier to relax when your space is clean. Choose a stick or handheld vacuum for better storage, lighter weight, and easier cleaning.

A variety of attachments can help you get rid of debris from hard-to-reach spots. We love a good brush roll for the carpet. You’ll also want to decide whether you want a corded or cordless machine. Remember that cable length and runtime are important factors.

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1.Shark HV382

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A lot of cats and dogs tend to shed, leaving hair all over your RV. If this is a problem for you then check out this vacuum from Shark.

We’ve fittingly awarded this model “Best for Pets.” The TruePet motorized brush will do a great job on the hair that your shedding dogs or cats leave behind.

2.Dyson V6

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If you’re looking for a powerhouse, this may be the one for you. This model is designed by Dyson – one of the best names in vacuum cleaners.

There are many reasons to love this vacuum and not just the excellent Dyson reputation. We’ve included it on our list because of its power and versatility.

3.Tineco A10

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Having a lightweight design is essential for easy RV cleaning. That’s why we recommend this stick vacuum that weighs less than 3 pounds.

We like that it converts to a handheld vacuum with ease. You eject it from the stick component, then use this cleaner on furnishings and surfaces.

4.BLACK+DECKER

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This RV vacuum from Black & Decker has a unique pivoting nozzle.

It’s a handheld model that’s extremely lightweight and easy to use. It weighs only three pounds and has a variety of cleaning tools already attached.

Emptying the 0.44-liter dirt bowl is easy because it tips straight into the trash with the touch of a button. It also has a wide mouth which allows you to pick up more dust and grime in one pass.

5.VonHaus Stick Vacuum

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If you have allergies, the last thing you need is to be traveling in an RV with pollutants. The good news is that the VonHaus vacuum has a HEPA filter.

This stick vacuum weighs only 5.5 pounds and works on hardwood floors or short pile carpet. It also converts to a handheld to clean surfaces and upholstery.

When in stick mode, you can adjust the telescopic handle to suit your height. It extends up to 48 inches long.

6.Dirt Devil

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Dirt Devil is owned by TTI Floor Care (as are Oreck and Hoover). In the 1980’s the head company introduced the Dirt Devil Hand Vac which became the best selling corded handheld vacuum in North America. Since then many new cleaning products have been launched under the Dirt Devil name.

There are now uprights, canisters, handhelds, stick vacs, robotic vacuums and steam cleaners. Dirt Devil cleaning products are generally quite affordable and are popular in the US, UK and other parts of Europe.

7.ORECK

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The Oreck Commercial BB900DGR XL Pro 5 vacuum is a solid choice for RV owners on a tight budget.

This vacuum won’t cost too much and it will still give you plenty of performance and functionality.

In fact, it might be better on your back than some of the more expensive handheld options on our list.

The 30-foot power cord that comes with this vacuum means you’ll have enough range to clean most of your RV while attached to a single outlet.

WRAP UP

Best Rv Vacuum Cleaner – Because they’re so small, RVs get dirty fast. Oh yeah, and there’s also the fact that you usually have them parked in places where dirt is abundant! That’s half the point of having an RV anyway, but a dirty RV is more likely to make you sick of living in a small space.

If you have a dog like me, you only get more dirt and debris tracked into your RV every day.

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