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Vacuums & Floor Care

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Buying Guides

Having clean floors is a gratifying feeling to homemakers. Floor cleaners range anywhere from carpet...


Comparison

The longtime debate between upright and canister vacuums continues. Both vacuums...
Steam technology might have you wondering what the advantages are of owning a steam mop over a trad...
When you're shopping for a vacuum, one of the primary choices you'll have to make is whether to use...


How-To

It can be devastating to watch helplessly as your favorite piece of jewelry slips out of your reach...
Nothing takes the fun out of a party like the sight of a glass of red wine spilled accidentally ont...
Whether you're repainting your home or working on a child's art project, paint...
You might be accustomed to cleaning up after smelly dogs and messy eaters, but uncommon stains like...


General Tips

HEPA stands for high-efficiency particulate absorption. HEPA is a type of vacuum filtration system t...
The clean carpet sensor on an upright vacuum cleaner detects dirt being picked up while the vacuum i...
With central vacuums, a lightweight hose and power brush are the only tools you need. Wall inlets, s...
A steam mop can be handled like a traditional mop, but it uses steam technology to clean multiple su...


Product Insights

Make housework less of a hassle a well-made, reliable bagged canister vacuum from Kenmore.
These Kenmore bagless upright vacuums offer cutting-edge technology to clean more in less time.
These portable vacuums are lightweight and feature a removable hand vacuum.
Shark vacuums feature technology that helps them to never lose suction.