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How to Vacuum Carpets Like A Pro

A chilled glass of red wine, some healthy snacks on a tray, gentle sounds of rain on the windowpane and heated discussions over the controversial ‘Cuties’ movie is the best way to spend a Sunday afternoon with your girlfriends. However, this can go from exciting to stressful quick if one of your friends is allergic to pet hair, and there are stubborn pet hair strands on your Moroccan carpets.

You’ve been trying to get rid of these strands, but your vacuum cleaner seems to be in a boycotting mood lately. You’ve even tried getting some brushes and detergents to see if they can help in eliminating the pet hair, but nothing seems to work.

Well, first of all, you need to get rid of your vacuum model or keep it for menial tasks. You need to get a vacuum cleaner that will help you completely get rid of the stubborn fur strands and leave your exotic carpet spotless.

If you don’t know how to go by this, here’s a comprehensive guide on vacuum cleaners for pet hair to help you find one that performs a miracle in your house and let you have the best Sunday ever with your best friends.

Upright or Canister Vacuums

According to experts, when dealing with wall to wall carpeting, the upright vacuum cleaner is best fitted to deal with pet hair issues. These vacuum models might be bulkier than the canister vacuum cleaners, but hey have a large dust bag capacity that allows for fewer dust-caked runs to the bin. They also come with an electro brush on the floor head that works perfectly when it comes to picking up all shreds of pet hair.

Bagged or Bagless

Most upright vacuum models are bagless. Going bagless is incredible since it saves you a lot of cash and it also allows you to retrieve your lost gold earrings and coins that you might have accidentally vacuumed.

Nonetheless, it’s essential to think about getting the bagged vacuum cleaners since they hold in more dirt and pet hair. The best part about these is, emptying them releases less dust into the air, so they’re perfect if you have any allergies.

HEPA Filter and Other Air Quality Features

If you’ve heard about HEPA filters, you know that they make cleaning chores easier. These filters get rid of 99.9% of all allergens from the air before it’s exhausted back into your home. It’s a smart investment, but you also have to ensure that you frequently replace it as recommended by the manufacturer.

CRI Program

The Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) generously decided to create a labelling system to offer consumers guidance and peace of mind when buying a vacuum cleaner.

The institute tests vacuum systems on three criteria: soil removal, dust containment, and carpet appearance retention. When the test is complete, and the vacuum cleaner meets CIR’s standard on all three criteria, the device is awarded the CRI Seal of Approval/Green Label for vacuum cleaners. So, when buying a vacuum cleaner for your home, be sure to check if it has this seal of approval.

Adjustable Height

An adjustable vacuum head height is a popular feature of hoovers and one that’s an excellent idea if you have more than one style of carpeting in your mansion or studio apartment.

Various carpets might require different vacuum heights to maintain proper airflow and offer the best and most powerful suction capabilities.

So, when purchasing the vacuum cleaner, remember to ask the attendant to set it to the vacuum manufacturer’s recommendation for your home’s style of carpeting.

You don’t have to be on your toes every time you host a Sunday brunch due to the pet hair strands adamantly refusing to leave your carpet. With the best vacuum cleaner, you can quickly get rid of the menace and have the best time reminiscing about the good old times with your friends.

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