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Old 02-18-2014, 12:57 PM   #1
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Roomba vac in the camper

We tried the wife's christmas present in the ccamper this past weekend. Of course we took the dogs out for a walk and let the roomba do its thing.

We use our house vac in the trailer about one every couple months for a good cleaning. We thought it was clean...WRONG

Just as the roomba showed us the house wasnt as clean as we thought...it collected all sorts of debris in the trailer.

We let it go for 3, one hour cleaning sprees and it came back full of crap every time. We are going to put on our pack list for every trip from now on.

Not a bad investment of $300 for the house or camper. (Costco). No affiliation to roomba or costco.
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I've got a Roomba at home (affectionately named Rosie). We have a lot of hardwood floors. Even after running the regular vacuum, I run Rosie and she still picks up a ton of stuff. They are great little vacuums.
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I use the Roomba in motorhome and S&B - great little device.
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