Different Kinds of Vacuum Cleaner and their uses:
Dust mites, dead skin and other particles found in the air can make us very sick. Basic cleaning, sweeping and mopping, don’t take these away. Vacuum cleaners have been in use since the 19th century and for a good reason.
Vacuum take care of 90 percent of all dust mites as well as dead skin that we shed all day long. Let's go through all the different kinds of vacuums and their usages, these include:
The most common of all is the Upright vacuum. They can easily be found in any local store. They are best suited for carpets, but they work well on other floors like wood, marble, tiles, etc. These are fitted with powerful motors that give supreme suction. You can easily find both bagless and bagged variety with the upright vacuum. The best part is these can be adjusted easily to the height of any carpet, so you don't have to switch it off if you are switching rooms. You can also choose between cordless and plug-in types as well, but the plug-in type is more powerful than the cordless one. Unfortunately, these come with a couple of drawbacks. They don't have many attachments so you can really get into the corners, and they are heavy. If you can ignore these two flaws than an upright vacuum may be perfect for you.
The perfect combination of compactness and powerful suction. These are portable so you can easily move them from mess to mess. the most convenient is the fact that they are cordless so moving them from one room to other is pretty easy. They are pretty powerful, but you can still opt for a corded one that will have more power but will limit you to a certain area. These are great for quick usages, like furniture clean up or upholstery clean up. These are great as car vacuums as well, but you will need a car adapter. These can be an excellent replacement for your dustpan and broom, especially if you have to deal with cleaning large rooms and spaces daily.
These are great when you have to clean all corners and even the smallest nooks of your house. The cleaner has a storage tank that is connected to the sucker through an expanded hose. The Canister vacuum comes with a lot of attachments that enables you to reach even the narrowest spot of your house, best for under the furniture spaces as well as tight areas, all you have to do is use the right attachment.
They are best to be used on heavy drapes, walls, and ceilings to remove all sorts of dust and webs as well as hardwood and tile floors.
The drawback of this particular vacuum is that the canister of the vacuum is very heavy, and you might need an extra hand to move it from one room to other.
Stick vacuums are perfect for people who can’t handle heavy canister vacuum or an upright one. These are perfect for daily cleaning of light dust and dead skin, they are also great for heavily clutter rooms. The rotating brush of the vacuum is perfect for gather light dust from around the corners of a very crowded room, full of furniture.
The drawback the stick vacuum is that is good for light dust and messes, but it's useless if you want to clean large messes or carpets, also you can vacuum your whole house in one time. You will need to charge it between cleaning every room.
If you are looking for a very powerful yet easy to manoeuvre vacuum, then a backpack vacuum is what you need. These are perfect for big homes as well as places that need extreme cleaning. The best part of this vacuum is that you carry it on your back, so you don't have to pull or push anything with you. They are best to clean hardwood floor, tiles, etc. but aren’t very good when it comes to cleaning carpets.
The drawback of this type of vacuum that you might get back pain, you can easily get tired with all that carrying, as well as it’s a big no for people who are prone to back pain or have a back injury of any kind. Another flaw of the vacuum is the bulky size of it, you can easily knock things like lamps, or decoration pieces while you are cleaning a narrow space.
The most famous of all types is the robot vacuum, everyone wants one. With the most innovative design, these are very popular. These are designed to map out the room and the placement of the furniture, and then sweep the place automatically without bumping into anything. The best part of these robotic vacuums is that they don't need any handling, they are programmed to work on their own. So, you can your house cleaned even if you aren’t there.
The drawback of this vacuum is that you need to clean the floor first so that the vacuum has ample space to go around and pick up dust; also, they aren’t meant for big messes. They only have limited power to handle light messes. These are good for in-between cleanings only.
Wet and Dry vacuum cleaners:
These are commercial cleaners, they don't have much use in an average house. They are great for big spills and large dirty places. They can easily move with the help if the wheels and a long cord, and are best for commercial uses with their powerful suction. Best to clean out places that see a lot of dirt and dust like garages or woodwork studios to clean the massive amount of sawdust, as well as cleaning out a flooded basement or apartment. The drawback of these cleaners is the size and storage problems. They need a big space to store as they are very bulky in size.
Carpet Sweeper vacuum:
They used to be famous in the past, but not anymore. They can still be used if you have a light carpet in your house that needs daily cleaning. The vacuum has collection area on top, that needs to be emptied daily to make sure the vacuum picks up all the dust and debris. They are battery operated, so no average humming like an electric vacuum. The drawback of the vacuum is that its good for small and light carpets only and nothing else.
Surface Upholstery Vacuum Cleaner:
With a house full of pets or family members who have severe allergies, a Surface Upholstery Vacuum Cleaner is a must. With powerful hot a