What vacuum varieties exist?
Hoovers come in all shapes and sizes, making it difficult at times to decide which vacuum cleaner to buy.
• Handheld vacuums are perfect for small messes. Typically cordless and compact in size, they can tackle those hard-to-reach places. Whether you need to extract some pet hair from the perimeter of your couch, clean the seats of your car, or get rid of a muddy footprint next to the door, a handheld vacuum is sure to do the trick.
• It might seem like something from a sci-fi film, but robotic hoovers are here and more convenient than ever. After you turn a robotic vacuum on, you can simply walk away, confident that it will navigate even the tightest corners in your room. Robotic vacuums don’t have a lot of power, and, as such, are best for small messes or maintenance cleaning.
• Perfect for larger homes or rooms, upright hoovers have the dust compartment built into the main body of the vacuum, meaning they can hold a considerable amount of dirt. Unfortunately, this also means they can be bulky and heavy, making them more difficult to fit into small, tight spaces. They are especially good for carpeted surfaces.
• Easy to manoeuvre, capable of holding a considerable amount of dirt, and perfect for hardwood floors, cylinder vacuums are a great choice for any household.