Best Small Car Vacuum

Best Small Car Vacuum – For smaller messes, a good handheld vacuum provides quick cleaning without a lot of heavy lifting — and it doesn’t require much precious storage space.

These mini vacs won’t replace a full-size vacuum when it comes to deep cleaning, but they are handy for instantly tackling dry spills, tracked-in dirt and pet hair stuck to just about anything. You might even consider more than one handheld vac as they also tackle messes outside your home: Stash one in the garage to keep your workshop, garden bench and car clean too.

Today’s newest cordless vacuums have more powerful batteries to pick up more debris and run longer than the wimpy models of years ago; some batteries are even removable or interchangeable with other devices. Other innovations across both cordless and corded models include comfortable grips, easy to empty dust cups, washable filters, multiple speeds and more.

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1.Dyson V7

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Our only quibble with the V7 is that the bin is not that easy to fully empty – you’ll need a chopstick or similar to get stubborn clots of dirt out.

It’s somewhat pricier than the V6 and lacks the extension hose and stubborn dirt brush but the Dyson V8 is more powerful and easier to empty, despite being pretty much the same size and shape. It will also do a better job around your home as a whole. The only question is whether you want a pricier all-rounder or a cheaper car specialist. And then there’s this thing

2.Philips Norelco

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Again, while this is designed primarily with households in mind, the latest and greatest vac offering from Philips is too good to pass up as a vehicle-vacuuming device thanks to its considerable power and some excellent attachments.

The aptly-called Turbo Brush features its own powerful motors that rotate a cleaning bar for effortless pet hair and dried mud removal, while a small built-in crevice brush is perfect for getting down the back of seats and other awkward spots.

3.BLACK+DECKER

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One of the most popular handheld vacuums currently available is the Black+Decker Dustbuster Hand Vacuum. This hand vacuum isn’t just an ideal choice for cleaning cars, but it can also be used to tidy up your household.

Weighing just 2.6 pounds, the cordless vacuum can only be used on dry materials, which isn’t true for all handheld cordless vacuums, so keep that in mind if you’re shopping for a wet/dry vacuum. It is rated at 15.2 watts with max voltage of 16 volts and has a suction power of 15.2 air watts (AW).

The washable dustbowl has a capacity of 20.6 ounces and it’s one of the easiest hand vacuums to empty out and clean.

4.ANKO DC

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Here’s a wet and dry vac that packs some serious suction power. ANKO’s 12-volt portable car vacuum boasts 4,300-4,500PA (pascal pressure units) suction, making it strong enough to pick up two iPhone 6s with ease. In other words, with that kind of suction power, dust and dirt doesn’t stand a chance. ANKO’s portable car vac is also exceptionally quiet, generating only 75db of noise.

While the vacuum is corded, that cord is over 15 feet long, or more than enough to get into pretty much any nook or cranny in your vehicle.

5.Armor All

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Don’t care for a cordless, handheld vacuum? If you have easy access to a power outlet and need a wet/dry vacuum, the Armor All 2.5 gallon shop vac is a great choice. It’s not overly powerful with a two-horsepower motor, and its 2.5-gallon storage tank isn’t the largest available, but this vacuum is small enough to get inside your car for cleaning, where a full-size portable vacuum would be too big to maneuver.

It comes with a 10-foot power cord and since it’s just a 2.5-gallon tank, this vacuum is easy to move around while you vacuum your car. Also included is a six-foot hose, which should help minimize the need for an extension cord.

6.BISSELL AeroSlim

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BISSELL is a well-known brand when it comes to vacuum cleaners, and its stylish AeroSlim handheld vacuum is a great option for taking care of your car’s interior. Powered by a lithium-ion battery, this vacuum operates for up to 12 minutes on a single charge, which may or may not be enough depending on the size of your vehicle—and the mess.

As with all rechargeable batteries, if you use it frequently and need to charge it often, battery life and performance will start to degrade, but for routine maintenance, its compact size and affordable price make it an attractive option.

7.Shark CH951

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If your pet often travels with you in your car, it would be helpful to have a vacuum that specializes in cleaning up pet hair. The Shark UltraCyclone Pet Pro Plus does exactly that, powered by two cyclonic air streams to deliver incredible suction.

Sporting a lightweight and portable design and an extra-large dust cap, this vacuum is also equipped with a washable filter for easy cleanup. Speaking of easy cleanup, when you’re all done, the CleanTouch dirt ejector makes for quick and hands-free disposal.

Included with the vacuum is a crevice tool and scrubbing brush, both of which come in handy when cleaning your interior.

WRAP UP

Best Small Car Vacuum – Some pick up wet messes and remove stains, and those with brushes and other attachments make it easy to remove dust from draperies, window sills, door frames, mattresses and other out-of-the-way spots that may be awkward for a larger vacuum to reach.

The handheld vacuum cleaners below did well in tests on bare floors and low pile carpets; they have a good run time and are lightweight enough to maneuver.

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