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Best Vacuums For Tile Floors
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Post# 365738   1/28/2017 at 01:54 (450 days old) by william0223 (Bangladesh)        

We hope you understand already that a vacuum which is excellent on carpeted floors is often a disaster on tile floors. The brushes used with vacuums for carpet floors are ill-equipped for sensitive floor tiles that scratch easily, look worn quickly, and need some TLC to come up shiny after a cleaning.
The best vacuum for tile floors isn't necessarily the most impressive brand or the one carrying the highest price. It is the product offering a combination of features that helps the homeowner keep their kitchen, bathroom and other floors looking like new with the minimum of fuss.

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Post# 365814 , Reply# 1   1/29/2017 at 15:55 (448 days old) by panasonicvac (Northern Utah)        

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Just viewed your website.

About your recommendation list: Are you aware that the Dyson cannot pick up sand or more than 50% of dirt from the carpet? Are you aware that you cannot get repair parts to fix the Shark or the IRobot? And are you aware that hardwood floor manufacturers do not recommend using steam cleaners on hardwood floors?

Also I did not see central vacuums on your website, you can have one installed in an existing home.

Have you ever used better quality and performing vacuums like Sebo, Miele, Riccar, Simplicity, Maytag, Aerus, Kirby, Rainbow, Filter Queen, Sanitaire, or Royal? Have you ever repaired vacuums before like taking them apart with a screw driver?

An expert needs to know everything about vacuums like the ma and pop stores who knows history about them, test them out on different types of carpets and floors, and repair them to see what breaks or wears out on different types of vacuums.

Your first post where you said that a vacuum does good on carpets but they are a disaster on tile floors. Two things: First, you can't have the brushroll spining when vacuuming the floors so that's one issue. If the brushroll was off, you wouldn't have that problem. Second, most vacuums use plastic wheels which are guarenteed to scratch most floors so that's another issue. If it had rubber wheels instead like those better quality vacuums I mentioned above, you wouldn't have that problem. But really, caniters or central vacuums with a floor brush is well better suited for those situations but some uprights can be fitted with a floor brush as well.

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