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Hi Jill, cool; a Roomba vacuum that can be programmed to clean floors. I remember a little child on Oprah's talk show in the 1990's, saying if could invent something it would be a robot that clean floors by itself. Seems Roomba had the same idea.
Hi Caroline, I also trust the heavy duty vacs and the commercial vacs, they have way more power. I see you like both of your vacuums for different reasons.
Eric Dierker says
Hi Eric, thanks for your answer. I know people take pride in a vacuum that does actually what they need it to do. I'm glad that bagless vacuums exist. Back in the day, I remember the vacuums with the bags.
It may seem strange but, the Miel has a bag. My bissel does not. They use the bag and it filters the air more - so no stinky exhaust or dust coming out. We get into this around here as my wife is a flooring contractor.
You make a good point, the Bissle Powerforce Helix is bagless, but it spits out dust and trash after a few uses. We've just upgraded from Bissle (the spin cup stopped spinning the dust) to Hoover Windtunnel (spin cup works great and suction is amzg.
Don't tell my wife but I use the Bissle when she is not looking ;-) I have a friend of 30 plus years that is heir to the Bissle fortune.
Well, seems your wife notice the quality of Bissle or the lack thereof. Bissle owners need to go back to the blueprint, there's always room for improvement, if they want to please customers.
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Hi Cecelia, I was tempted to buy the Shark, seen the cool reviews about it, but I finally decided on the Hoover Windtunnel. You had the Shark vacuum for 6 years now and love it, that says a lot, must be quality.
I was a little afraid to try it because the price was so low but it has been wonderful. My old vacuum must have been getting weaker and weaker because my carpets looked almost new after the first run through. And I love the fact that I can wash it!
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