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    Quote Originally Posted by mommy111 View Post
    Do yourself a favor and get yourself a roomba on Black Friday. Best. Purchase. Ever.
    Yes, I bought one on Prime Day and it's been great! I run it every single day and it's bin is always full! And I don't even have a dog, just a cat.

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    My 1990's hoover I bought used for my first apartment when I was in college is the best dog hair vacuum we own. We have a Newfie. My electrolux is worthless, the Oreck was a joke. Borrowed a friends Dyson Pet Hair for a week to see how it worked- Laughable on Newf fur.

    I have bought hand vacs for the stairs, we have a runner- I am tearing it out next weekend. I have burned through 2 bissell pet hair plus and a shark - the hand versions for the stairs. Best ones compared to consumer reports- Newf fur destroys them. I would love to be a test house for a vacuum company- I can make their "best" sucking vacuum turn into a joke in one pass. My house would make vacuum engineers cry and change careers.

    For my stairs, I use this silicon brush and I do it by hand and it works 10million times better than any vacuum. For the area rugs I use my old hoover, and for my wood floors I use a broom and/ or a shop vac.
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    Quote Originally Posted by essnce629 View Post
    Yes, I bought one on Prime Day and it's been great! I run it every single day and it's bin is always full! And I don't even have a dog, just a cat.

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    Good to 'see' a fellow robotic vacuum lover, I think they're the best thing ever!
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    I have a roomba but I still need my shark. Roomba is good on my tile but I think the shark does a better job on my rugs and carpeted bedrooms.
    Jeana, Momma to 4 fantastic sons

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    Get yourself a Shark Lift AWay Professional. Got mine at Loweís after my SIL was raving about hers. Iím in love with this vacuum. Seriously. Iíve had it for a few months now and I actually love to vacuum because I love it that much. It works on carpet, tile, and hardwood equally as well. It pushes like a dream. The cord is super long. It comes with great attachments. The brush turns on and off easily for different surfaces. The wand feature is great. And I have a dog and Iím amazed and disgusted at how much dog hair this thing sucks up. My husband makes fun of me for how much love I have for this vacuum and itís significantly cheaper that Dyson.


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    Gluten free since Nov '11 after non-celiac gluten sensitive diagnosis. Have had great improvement or total elimination of: migraines, bloating/distention, heartburn, cystic acne, canker sores, bleeding gums, eczema on elbows, dry skin and scalp, muscle cramps, PMS, hair loss, heart palpitations, fatigue. I'm amazed.

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