Sunday, July 24, 2016

Things to Consider Before Buying Your Pet Vacuum Cleaner

Vacuum cleaners are designed for home use. It can be overwhelming in choosing the perfect one for a specific. If you're living with pets, then it is a must to buy one that is made to suck in pet hairs.

A generic vacuum cleaner does the job for simple cleaning household floors, carpets, stairs and upholstery. But when it comes to getting those pet furs, a pet vacuum cleaner would be a perfect fit.

Thing to consider before buying:

Air flow and Filtration
Suction and Motors
Hose quality and Nozzle
Power bar and Brusher

Pet hairs are found among our carpets and furniture. There are so many cleaners on the market today and manufacturers have listened to their customers and now provide a whole array of attachments and even ones specific to cleaning pet hair off of carpets and furniture.

Some upright cleaners are sometimes more effective than cylinders at cleaning pet hair compared to canister vacuum cleaners. They have a motorized brush heads that are good at levering fur away from carpet fibers. Cylinders don't usually have motorized heads but some models have turbo brushes or electro brushes, which are designed specifically for this task.

How to remove pet hair from upholstery and carpets

Try a pet rake, velour brush, tape roller or even tape wrapped around your hand. Use even, light strokes to remove the hair. You can also try the rubber bottom on a clean tennis shoe or a slightly dampened sponge.

To remove pet hair from carpet, use a vacuum with a good beater brush or brush roll. Plain vacuums don't generate enough lift to remove all the pet hair from the floor.
Pet sponge to lift hair away from surfaces.

Finding that perfect vacuum cleaner is not easy. We should always ask ourselves why do we need it and what is the main purpose. We should think about if it's worth the money for cleaning up our pet's hair. There a lot of pet vacuum cleaners out in the market today and we should look for the one that really fit our needs.