Best Vacuum cleaner for Pet Hair
I have to suggest a non upright I’m afraid…. Even if it does fall on Stoney ground! I work in a huge veterinary hospital that uses a Henry every day…. Day after day. We’ve only bought two in the past 7 years! I have Hetty at home (only cos it’s pink!…)Posted 4 years ago
It’s been the best £80 I’ve ever spent! On a Hoover of course…
Worth looking at IMODracSubscriber
Dyson only used 2 in the last 18 years and we only changed the last one as it was a wedding gift.
Edit: Actually that’s wrong sorry we bought the first one and then upgraded to a new model about 8 years later and give the old one away which was still going strong some years later.Posted 4 years agoiain1775Subscriber
My wife is the vacuum destroyer (and destroyer of skirting boards, microbore radiator pipes and tiled fireplaces – yes she has broken all of these with a vacuum at some poin I the last 10 years, I am not joking!!)
She is very heavy handed with vacuums, she also doesn’t understand as well as emptying the filters need cleaning etc
We used to get through one every 8 to 12 months and have tried 2 different Dyson’s, Hoover, Vax and even a Meile
We have a Lab that sheds hair like its goin out of fashion and a 3 year old with an affliction for glitter
Now on our second one of these, first one lasted over 2 years and was still going but she had snapped every accessory attachment point off it and I got fed up of coiling the power cable around the handle but she then managed to get some duplo stuck in the hose and I couldn’t get it out so it was time to replace!)
Picks up pet hair great, isn’t to heavy and even has a light so you can Hoover in the dark!
Picked up our last one for £50 brand new in Amazon sale a few months ago so worth keeping an eye out
Would also 2nd a Henry unfortunately a drag along is out for us as it got dragged sideways through walls (why carry it through doorways when it can be dragged so it bounces off walls first!)Posted 4 years agodashedMember
Another vote for meile non-upright – I’ve got mainly hard floors downstairs though and I found uprights always vent in the wrong place and blow the dog hair out of the way as you’re trying to suck it up!! I’ve had dyson and various other uprights and much prefer the miele. I never got on with dyson – filters always blocking, handle snapped, filters would never quite stay in place and much prefer bag system. Bags last for ages with the meile too.Posted 4 years agoz1ppyMember
Miele cat & dog, make sure you get the cylinder version with the three ‘heads’ (as per the S8320 over the S6220) as they make vacuuming easy. We had a short haired spaniel lab cross (lot him last july) that moulted white hair everywhere on dark carpets. The miele dealt with it & is now over 5 years old & still going strong.Posted 4 years ago
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