Discussion in 'the CleAn Room' started by Swani, Apr 14, 2018.
Should I buy another Shark or the Oreck Xl?
Current trend is the $39 Bissel vac.
roll brush motor crap out on the Shark?
I think one has to me a real nincompoop to buy a vac without an easy detach hose to vac crud from corners and baseboards
'course, you can always use a $20,000+ TM too to do the work of a $eventy-nine dollar upright vac if you prefer being a nincompoop
Cause, the baseboards ARE THE MOST NEGLECTED.....
My Shark is still going strong but lately my wife needs it for our maid service and I need it for Carpet cleaning.
You should buy a red handle.
Use an old Kirby. Those baseboards will scuttle out of the way.
I have seen a few for sale on craigslist.
Can you find me a lawn mower? I cleaned two houses today then had to go borrow a lawn mower from my nephew to mow my 3ft high lawn.
Buy the Shark that turns into a canister vac, so you can vacuum under beds.
Shark has an edger. And you can look like a hero when you clean the ceiling fan blades with it.
We keep buying shovels... Wearing them out this year!
I guess I shouldn't complain. I could be living in Minnesota. Tomorrow I'm spending the day pulling weeds and making a burn pile. I'll also be wearing shorts.
I refuse to shovel tomorrow....well that's what I am saying tonight!
w/Kirby, you can go from nincompoop to sOOper nincompoop
Not only does it NOT have an easy vac hose, but you also gain a 40 pound DINOSOUR to lug around too
Yeah, but you get big forearms and the chance to beat absolute h*ll out of other people’s carpet.
So there’s that. Those. Whatever.
If you use an edge tool, which you should, keep buying sharks or buy a pro team and look more professional and do a better job.
If a pro showed up at my house with a tool that they sell on the home shopping network shows I would be worried. I own two sharks, and they do a good job. But they are homeowner vacuums. You are a pro.