As long as the vacuum instructions confirm that the device can be used on hard flooring surfaces, then yes, it’s perfectly acceptable to use them on vinyl flooring. Vacuum cleaners with rubber or felt wheels are gentle enough for vinyl floors, and won’t leave behind any marks on the topcoat. Many of the latest robotic self-propelling vacuum devices have hard-floor settings and work well on vinyl designs.

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Upright Vacuums

Upright vacuums are convenient and easy—a welcome cleaning device for many homeowners, especially when compared to the old-fashioned canister models that came before the invention of the upright. No more cumbersome hoses and cabooses to haul around when the whole tool moves along with you as you vacuum floors and carpeting. It is a breeze to empty out the debris, and usually simple to store in a closet or laundry room. If you have different types of flooring to clean, be sure to choose an upright model that offers different adjustment settings, for example, for hard floors, low carpeting, and thick or high carpeting.
This prevents damage, which can easily happen on materials like wood or vinyl flooring if the deep-carpet rotating brush is in play, which gets raised out of the way on the hard-floor setting. For cleaning stairs, furniture, and curtains, many of today’s upright vacuums include or have available long attachable hoses and accessory brush heads. Choose an upright vacuum that fits well in your space, is easy to handle & move, and has powerful suction to remove the kind of dirt, debris, and perhaps pet hair that accumulates where you live and work. This not only keeps the surfaces tidy but also helps keep air quality in good shape, too.

Robotic Vacuums

Is it the futuristic feel or the extremely hands-off approach that’s helped robotic vacuums soar to popularity in recent years? This high-tech cleaning device has taken the cleaning industry by storm, and it continues to offer improvements in suction power and “smart features” with every new model. Robotic vacuums do their jobs by rolling along an interior floor in a programmed navigational pattern or feeling along the walls and furniture to direct and re-direct themselves. As they move along, they have a spin brush, wheels, and suction feature that pulls dirt and debris into a holding compartment. When the charge of the robotic vacuum depletes, it finds its docking station and positions itself on the charging pistons to re-fuel.
Pretty incredible, especially for those who are newcomers to the technology. Many owners of a new robotic vacuum find it enjoyable to watch the device zoom around the rooms. It may occasionally get stuck or lodged in an unexpected tight spot or behind a door, so keep an eye on it the first few times using it so you know how to prepare a room before deploying on a regular basis. These vacuums have timers and schedulers so you can adjust their settings to regularly vacuum a location on the same day and time each interval. Some even have smartphone connectivity for added convenience & functionality.

Shop Vacuum Cleaners

Some spaces get extra dirty, sticky, muddy, or wet—and that’s okay because that’s what they’re set up to do. Garages, basements, warehouse spaces, and more take on a lot of rough and messy work that needs to get done. When you want to clean up, there are some fantastic shop vacuum cleaners that can make your task much easier. Mud, grit, soil, sticks, leaves, and more are no match for a rugged, reliable shop vacuum cleaner, known by many as their beloved ‘shop-vac.’ It is a suctioning tool that is extra-powerful, durable, and able to quickly suck up both dry waste and large amounts of liquids.
And there’s no fear of a damaged hose or cannister from sharp or large debris, as they are built to withstand just about anything that gets pulled in. That’s a seriously helpful device—one that homeowners, professional cleaning pros, mechanics, construction teams, landscapers, handypersons, and others rely on and appreciate tremendously. When choosing a shop vacuum cleaner, take a look at the wide variety of sizes and capabilities. They are available in compact versions and large, robust versions. Will you use it for your car, garage, business, or a combination of tasks? They usually come with a nice variety of nozzle attachments. Browse the features and suggested uses to find the perfect one for your needs.

Handheld Vacuums

What a brilliant invention for car owners, parents, pet owners, and just about anyone else who enjoys a tidy home and vehicle. Handheld vacuums are one of the most convenient and helpful tools to have around. These vacuums come with an array of attachments to take on specific tasks, such as reaching between sofa cushions, along narrow crevices, car interiors, underneath beds or tight spaces, for accidental spills, or to remove stubborn pet hair. They surface-clean fabric curtains, upholstery, carpet, and hard surfaces. To add to the convenience, most handheld vacuums are cordless and rest in a charging station when not in use.
Some even include USB charging components. They have a dust bowl to collect debris which can be easily emptied after each vacuuming session. If you plan on using your handheld vacuum in spaces with a large amount of dirt or debris, look for one with a bigger dust bowl, usually up to 40 ounces. Some vacuums include filters to trap tiny dirt particles. Review the suggested uses and manufacturer’s instructions while browsing for your new handheld vacuum, and you’re certain to find an effective model that can help you keep every nook and cranny in good, clean shape.

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