Pick the right vacuum to make cleaning less of a pain
You know you have to do it.
You can procrastinate and find excuses, but sooner or later, you're going to have to vacuum.
So, you might as well use a model that will make the process as painless as possible.
Let's talk about the different types of vacuums available to.
If you want your carpets to get a deep clean you'll need either a traditional upright or a canister vac.
You can find either type for 40 or 50 bucks all the way up to 700 or 800.
These are full sized models so they're bigger and heavier than other types.
But also more powerful.
Both can come with a variety of accessories for picking up pet hair or cleaning corners, the big difference uprights are well they stand upright you push the whole machine as you work.
Canisters put the engine on the ground next to you and you wheel it around while manoeuvering Bring a lighter wand.
For quicker and easier cleaning, look for a stick back or a handheld back, these will be cheaper, lighter, and more maneuverable than their full sized counterparts.
Sticks tend to run from 25 to 300 dollars though a few fancy models do cost more than that.
Handhelds tend to cost between 20 bucks and a 100 Some stick backs even claim to clean as well as a traditional vac.
For the most part though, no they do not.
You don't get quite the same power with these smaller models, but they're more portable and better for spot cleaning, that's the trade off.
Stick vacs can also include accessories for pet hair and the like but hand helds are the best for getting the crumbs out of your car.
If you want to get high tech robot vacuums can do a lot of cleaning for you but be prepared to pay.
Set these guys up with the charging station and they will patrol your floors sucking up dirt.
You can automate schedules and even control some models with an app They can't traverse multiple floors obviously, and they don't tend to clean as well as stick vacs.
But a spot cleaning from a robot vacuum means you can put off your own chores for longer.
Unfortunately figuring out which vacuums perform the best is tricky.
As a number of different factors such as the shape of the head, the brush roll, and the suction power.
Lead to different results that can be hard to discern in stores.
Fortunately we have plenty of full reviews of different models to help you pick on that from