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Old 04-06-2016, 01:13 PM   #1
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What vacuum do you bring along?

The smaller the better while still doing a good job lifting the pile and cleaning
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Old 04-06-2016, 01:22 PM   #2
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None.

It's built in !
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I bought and installed a central "Dirt Devil" whit it's long 35 feet hose and I also have a handy portable 115VAC vacuum for the outside and for the toad.
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Dyson V6 Cord Free Vacuum

http://www.amazon.com/Dyson-V6-Cord-...=sr_1_1&sr=8-1

Back at Christmas time Best Buy had these on a lightning deal for 2/3 off! No way I would pay $300 for it but for $100 it was a steal!
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We have a Dyson upright. Fits in our bedroom closet with no issues. Best vacuum cleaner (and most expensive) that I have ever owned.
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Old 04-06-2016, 01:37 PM   #6
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Dirt Devil Vibe 3-in-1

Just because it's so easy to store and can be used as a handheld.
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Old 04-06-2016, 01:40 PM   #7
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Dirt Devil Vibe 3-in-1

Just because it's so easy to store and can be used as a handheld.
Thought you would just crank all the Fantastic fans up, and just suck all the dirt out !!
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Hoover Flair. Easily stored and works well.
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Shark Rocket. Not as big or powerful as our Dyson animal. But can be stored easily. Does a good job. Needs to be emptied after every uses because of small tank. Does a better job than built in Dirt Devil it replaced.


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We've always used a small canister-type Dirt Devil. It's easy to maneuver in small places and has attachments to get behind things and into corners.
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Roomba, because I have dust allergies. It vacuums when I'm not there.
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We found that smaller is better. We use a Hoover LINX cordless. It runs on a lithium battery and easily does the entire MH with plenty of battery to do more. It is light, has a narrow head (making it easy to get into small places), plus we can use it outdoors for carpet.
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Dyson stick model.
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