To give you a helping hand at keeping your vacuum running smoothly, and to ensure you’re able to provide your home with a deep clean, we’ve compiled a list of four vacuum cleaner essentials you need to have.
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Do you know when the vacuum cleaner was invented or who invented it? Do you know how the appliance works or why air watts are important when purchasing a new vacuum cleaner? Find out the answer to all these questions, in this infographic.
The vacuum cleaner is a small yet powerful appliance, which we all rely on to clean our homes. Unfortunately, as a result of the dirt the vacuum comes into contact with, it can often emit unpleasant odours.
To help limit the risk of such odours spreading throughout your home whenever you vacuum, we recommend following these 3 simple yet effective steps.
There are a few things which are unexplainable and mysterious; one such thing is why even after being vacuumed, your carpets still manage to look dirty. As frustrating as this can be, regular (at least weekly) vacuuming of your house is a must to rid your home of any pet hair, garden debris or other dirt which has built up.Read more
A very happy Friday to y’all. Watchdog have recently conducted an investigation into companies that have been cold-calling people and persuading them into having their vacuums (unnecessarily) serviced.
Yesterday we had pressure washers on elephants. Today, we have Dysons on dogs.
Let me explain. Any dog owner will tell you what a neverending battle it is to keep carpets, clothes and basically every single nook in the whole house free of discarded dog hair. For this reason, vacuum cleaners in houses occupied by canines really are important bits of kit.
If you’re anything like me, an unvacuumed carpet doesn’t make you feel good. Seriously. If my living room floor has bits all over it, I simply would not be able to sit down in there. I just think it’s gross. As you’d expect then, my vacuum cleaner is a highly valued appliance at my place.
On Friday we filmed a load of videos for the Sebo X1 vacuum, and I’ve got to say, as nerdy as it sounds, I fell in love with it. It’s a brilliantly simple, solidly put together piece of kit. The choice of hotel room service providers the world over, this vacuum is really reliable, and all the parts are interchangeable and an absolute doddle to fit. Read more
Tomorrow we’re shooting some videos on an old Sebo X1 vacuum. Before we get to shooting the videos, obviously we need to do a bit of research in to the appliance. Apart from taking the appliance apart, we do a lot of online research. Whilst researching today I found a quite surreal American informercial shot in the 1980s(?) for the Windsor Sensor vacuum. That’s what the Americans call the Sebo X1 y’see. Check this little beauty out…