Vacuums that don't suck (but they do)

Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Pet hair can be a pain when trying to keep the house looking clean. I know in our house with a long haired cat and a short haired dog, the build up only takes a day or two. Endless sweeping and vacuuming sometimes just does not seem to work.

Is it the actual vacuum cleaner that sucks (or not in this case)?

Well there is a website that lists all of the best vacuums for pet hair so you don't have to wonder anymore.

I am sure when you go to buy one you just read what is on the box and assume it will work. A sales person may even say for sure that it works. How do you really know without testing them?

This site has done the testing for you.

They show the best ones ranked at the top with all of the info needed and of course the price.

How simple is that?

One feature I noticed that was cool is that it even lists if it is good for allergy sufferers. That must mean it really sucks the hair out of the carpet and air.

If you are looking for a new vacuum cleaner and have to think about your pets, I suggest hitting this site and at least compare brands. It is certainly eye opening at how much more hair you could be picking up with a better cleaner.