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Old 08-15-2017, 07:28 AM  
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I need a better way to clean about 1900 sq ft of hard flooring in my house. Now all I'm using is a broom on the tile flooring. Great at crumbs and pebbles, not so good with dust, hair or dirt. So I'm looking to get a good vacuum cleaner that works well removing dust and hair. I found a list of some good vacuum cleaners here : https://www.allergyvacuums.com/

Anybody have other good ideas or suggestions? TIA.


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We have a central vac for our floors. It is great on hardwoods.


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How about a dust mop. https://www.amazon.com/O-Cedar-Dual-.../dp/B00L9RL9SA
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I have a Rumba type automatic vacuum. My floors are spotless and have not had to run a conventional vacuum in nearly a year.
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I have a Rumba type automatic vacuum. My floors are spotless and have not had to run a conventional vacuum in nearly a year.
I use the PAVC vacuum I use for cleaning ash from my wood-burning stove; it is an ash vacuum. http://www.amazon.com/PowerSmith-PAV...rds=ash+vacuum
This is really a fine filter, and I also put on the floor (without carpet) attachment to another empty, so there is a soft brush rather than rubbing hard plastic wood. However, many vacuum shops are not hermetically sealed; this is pretty good and does not draw the dust from what I like by sucking out some epoxy resin by pouring and grinding back.
Here a great reviews about vacuum cleaner -https://homesocool.com/best-vacuum-for-stairs-reviews/
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We've been using a Razor Vac plus upright vacuum.. It's very powerful, lightweight and easy to maneuver.


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