Vacuum cleaners have come a long way over the years and now they are just as specialized as any other home electronics. Of course, that makes them more fun to buy but at the same time it makes buying them a little more complicated. Some people might find that aspect fun too.
Regardless, here are the things you have to look at when trying to buy the right Vacupro magasin aspirateurs for your home.
CANISTER vs. UPRIGHT vs. STICK
These are the three basic types of vacuum cleaner, and each has its own benefits and limitations.
- CANISTER: generally the most versatile kind of vacuum cleaner, these are generally large and bulky, which means they are not always the easiest to maneuver. At the same time, they are large because they typically have a lot of accessories, hoses, and other attachments. However, because they are built for versatility, they can be more compartmentalized than an upright
- UPRIGHT: typically more affordable than canister vacuum cleaners they are often similarly versatile. These can be more powerful too, making them better for deep carpet cleaning. Bagged upright models are the best, of course, but they are heavier and noisier than other types
- STICK: tall, thin, quick, and lightweight—and often cordless—these are convenient for quick kitchen messes but not very good for deep carpet cleaning
BAGGED vs. BAGLESS
Honestly, there is not much different between them except that maybe, as mentioned, bagged vacuum cleaners can be a little heavier and noisier. However, bagged vacuum cleaners, while a little more of a hassle to empty, are actually better at containing dirt and dust.
Keep in mind that higher amperage is indicative of electrical power but not necessarily of suction power. You will want to investigate the various parts of the vacuum cleaners you are considering to determine which will clean according to your needs: belts, design, accessories, motors, etc.
If you are, in fact, looking for something that can do it all, here are a few of the attachments that may interest you:
- Crevice Tool: useful for getting tiny debris out of small cracks or difficult corners, like stairs or in drawers and vents or from under large appliances and furniture (so you don’t have to move them)
- Dusting Brush: for removing dust from moldings, shelves, blinds, and lampshades
- Motorized Power Nozzle: improves carpet and rug cleaning
- Upholstery Attachment: for cleaning mattresses and, of course, upholstered fabrics (like living room furniture)