title:The Types of Vacuum Cleaners

author:Chris Vorelli
date_saved:2007-07-25 12:30:12

If you want to really clean your home, car, camper, business or job site, you will want to check out all of the many types of vacuum cleaners! There are many out there and they all offer special uses and features. The best thing to do is to make a list of your price range and what your vacuum will need to do. Then, you can start browsing and narrow down your list until you find the vacuum that you think will be best for you!
There are many vacuum cleaning machines on the market today. You can easily find one that will complete the tasks at hand with ease and durability. Vacuums are available in many colors, sizes and prices. There are basically two types of vacuums; the wet and the dry vacs. There are companies that have found a way to combine both features! There are cordless, handheld and even bagless models to choose from! And if you’re really lazy you can even buy a robot vacuuum cleaner, that actually vacuums your home for you while you watch!
Vacuum cleaners are generally made of either a durable plastic, or aluminum. They can be found in many of your favorite colors, from red to silver to blue. You can choose between: upright, canister, hand held, stick and shop vac models. Some are designed specifically to help get that debris from under your car seat and others are made to help you polish your hardwood floors! Other features can include: retractable power cords, extra detachable extension tools, HEPA filter and easy to reach power switch. You can even find a model that is perfect for picking up nails and glass and water!
Many companies produce vacuum cleaning machines, including: Oreck, Miele, Riccar, Kirby, Simplicity, Dyson, Hoover, Bosch, Sanyo, Shark, Eureka, Bissell and Shop Vac. If you are in the market, you even have a great selection of discounted and refurbished vacs out there waiting on you! If you need a vacuum, the sky?s the limit! Remember to compare prices, because vacuum cleaner range in price anywhere from $30 right up to $400.

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