Best Vacuum cleaner?

BIG WOOD

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I’m really just bored right now. I’m delivering some rugs later today and just eating bfast at the local cafe
 
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Kenny Hayes

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I hate to agree with the idiot, but even janitors don’t care for em much. They have come out with a battery model that makes them somewhat attractive.
 

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fiddy-eight bukz for the "ever new" program

idiots..




..L.T.A.
 
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Trip said it best .What ever you use regularly check and maintain...That's the key to long life and value for you !
 

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MikeyP got me this wand. It is awesome to vac the trim and behind furniture and under beds. Im using it on every job now. Helps make some time too. With no glide it is perfect being a thinner guage than a full size wand. Gets in tight along the baseboard without scratching. Highly recommend. And I do hook up solution to it and hit some spots here and there, pefect spray.
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I am without glide because I forgot it at last job yesterday, but it works fine without, especially for vac only.. For delicate cleaning the Greenglide is good.
 
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Mike J

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I have an old Kirby, Do they still refurbish? It is my dads and I know it is at least 40 years old. Remember him shining up the natural stone in the hallway with it too.
I traveled to this vacuum shop, but it was closed on Sunday.

I like the blue Kirby...

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Mike J

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Shining up natural stone with a vacuum cleaner? How?
I am pretty sure it is the brush without vacuum. It may have been an attactchment but not sure. I just found out we still have it, so I will check it out. Lifetime warranty,
 

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I love my Sensor S 12. I have two for work and one for my house.. Made in Germany. A few miles away from my hometown. So I know they are good LOL
 
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Im in on this now. Goal is to put out 4 fires today all of which I am responding to since I planned for this day since Mikeysfest San Diego.
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Nobody likes the Cleartrack/Workhorse?
Well mine 5 years old, but mikeysboarder deal getters love warranty vacuums they bust every 6 months and go get a new one for free.

I know they shouldn't offer a warranty then.

Biggest bunch of nickel and dimers hahahah
 

SamIam

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The best vacuum is the one that gets used.. I tell all customers that..

Everything is subjective to who’s perceived perception.. What a vacuum should have is the ability to turn on/off brush roll and have a built-in edging tool..

Remember when listening to “aging” cleaners.. Their physical reality will dictate what type of cleaning they prefer.. <<<<<<<this should ruffle some feathers!
True, but the oreck bag contains the dirt better then a canister less messy.

You can't see what your getting out of carpet with a bag.

The shark has great attachments for other uses.

They just break easy, hoses and such.

The work horse or cleartrak has a hose attachment. Its good for edging nothing else.

The vacuum is great a dry soil removal.

My mother in law has a bagged Riccar.

That's a beast.
 

Mike J

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Now I am a Vacuum whore.
The Kirby is around over 50 YO. Still has the lifetime warranty and was refurbished not too long ago. My dad used to sell them and is a pro with it. He didnt get roped into it for too long and decided to be an electrical engineer for a living. This Kirby has been in the family longer than me.
But the Oreck gets the most use. Thanks again @MikeyP for steering me right.

Parts, belt ordered for the Big jammer.

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