Pick a vacuum cleaner from a wide range of leading brands.
There are various types, including upright, barrel, hand-held, steam, wet/dry and bagless. To determine the best vacuum cleaner for your home consider the room size, type of carpet, pets and allergies.
Steam mops, or steam cleaners, are terrific for chemical-free cleaning. They use hot steam to breakdown stains, mould and dirt effectively, without utilising potentially harmful chemicals in the cleaning process. Steam cleaners use heat to vaporise water and create steam. Suitable for almost all floor surfaces, steam cleaners differ from vacuum cleaners in that there is no suction involved.
Quick Cleans - Handhelds and Stick Vacuums
Stick vacuums are lightweight, portable and offer great manoeuvrability, making them ideal for quick cleans and hard-to-reach places. Many products are 2-in-1, so they're a stick vacuum and handheld vacuum at the same time. Handheld vacuums are a quick and handy solution for vacuuming small areas; they're ideal for use in cars, kitchens and more.
A carpet cleaner is effective for removing stains. It will also revitalise your carpet by releasing water and solution while brushing your floors, then sucking up the leftover dirty water, leaving your carpet clean and renewed. Do it yourself at your convenience and when needed – there's no need for professional cleaners.
Multi-Surfaces: Carpets, Hard Floors & Upholstery
A vacuum with a turbo or motor head will clean deeper into carpets and help lift the pile. If you have a lot of hard wood or tile areas then a separate hardwood tool will do the trick. Tools such as crevice nozzles can be a big help when trying to get into those tight corners, or upholstery brushes when cleaning your lounge suite or curtains.
Most upright vacuum cleaners have a motorised or belt-driven cleaning head with a rotating brush, which cleans deeper into your carpet. Upright vacuum cleaners are easy to use in large, open carpeted areas and are easier to drive because you are pushing the vacuum in front of you, which is better for your back.
HEPA stands for High-Efficiency Particulate Air, which is a filter at the end of the vacuum motor. The HEPA filter helps trap the smallest dirt particles before they fly back into the air. This type of filter can help if you have asthma, a dust allergy, or if you have children. Most vacuums have different ratings of HEPA filter, stopping between 85 - 99.995% of particles passing through.
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