1. The DuoClean brushes are perfect for hardwood! When we picked out our flooring, everyone said we would regret the dark stain, because it shows dirt and dog hair so easily. Trust me, it does. This vacuum is perfect for keeping it clean. It has the traditional brush that most vacuums have and it has a second brush that makes all the difference. The second brush is a really soft and fine brush (it almost feels like a microfiber blanket) that catches are the really fine dust and dirt particles as well as dog hair. These DuoClean brushes are really great for any type of hard floors!
2. It's sustainable. This vacuum doesn't use bags, which I love. We aren't wasting any bags in the process and I think it's fun/gross/entertaining to see how much dirt I can collect in the canister. Not only does this vacuum not have a bag, but the filters are washable and reusable as well! So what the vacuum comes with is all I need and there's no extra waste.
3. It can easily reach under all of my furniture. Since the motor of the vacuum is at the handle, the base is really small. I can easily get under the media cabinet, couch, bed, and dresser without needing to use any attachments. I can just keep vacuuming as normal and reach all those tricky spaces.
I think this is the perfect vacuum for anyone living in an apartment or smaller home. It has a long cord and can tackle the whole house. It's still perfect for someone living in a larger home, because it can reach places that large vacuums can't and has great attachments for cleaning things like the fan blades and around the windows. It's light-weight too, which is nice if you need to move it up and down stairs.
Do you also like vacuuming? What are the cleaning chores that you dislike most and why? What cleaning questions do you have? I'm working on making all of our cleaning products chemical-free, so I'd love to hear your thoughts! Thanks for reading! xo. Laura
P.S. Does anyone else like seeing how much stuff they can collect in the canister?!
I received this vacuum as a sponsored post, however all words and options are my own.