(Picture from Legal Juice)
I want the best my money can buy. I also want a really good deal. Somehow spending 5 ben franklins (or 5 robert borders for my Canadian friends) or more on something that I don’t enjoy doing seems wrong. But then again we all go to the dentist right?
I have been told by many Dyson is the way to go, but then I read the polarized reviews and threads. It leaves me questioning.
I have been to stores and had myself narrowed down to a Shark Navigator, but then reading reviews on dealing with the company if something goes wrong got me worried.
I spoke with a cleaning lady and she recommended a miele but then I check the price and yowza. Some are as much as a vacation in Hawaii. Ok I may exaggerate a bit.
I have had others say that I should just buy a crappy vacuum every year, because even crappy vacuums are GREAT for the first while, but my environmental side seems to have a problem with such a disposable way of living.
After spending the last 2 + hours reading up, I feel as if I am not any further ahead. I wish I could use a roomba but then my floor would have to be free of stuff my children leave there. Not to mention the shoes and bags Mr. Wonderful leaves sitting around. Actually maybe it would force them to pick stuff up. Hmmm.
I should just buy something and get it over with. It’s not like my floor is getting any cleaner.
If you have any last pitches for a particular vacuum make them now or forever hold your peace (or is it piece internet doesn’t seem to know and I can make an argument for both). State the brand, model and how long you have had it. Thanks