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  • 1. Choosing Canister Vacuum CleanerThe major criteria involved with choosing a canistervacuum cleaner is what floor surfaces you plan toclean versus the power of the vacuum. Almost allcanister vacuum cleaners offer 3 choices of toolsfor the surfaces of floors:1. A bare floor hard plastic brush thatsabout 10" - 12" wide with soft bristles.2. Turbo brush that features a spinningdrum roller with harder bristles.3. A power head brush that is similar tothe turbo brush although it is powered by a seperatemotor.Both the turbo brush and power head brush vacuumshave a spinning drum roller with bristles thatresemble that of an upright vacuum cleaner. Whilethe brushes look and perform pretty much the same,the power head brush vacuum has a smaller seperatemotor that turns the brush on the bottom of it,therefore making it more powerful and much moreaggressive than the turbo type brush that isturned by the flow of air being pulled past it.These types of brushes will snap the fibers ofthe carpet and allow the air to get beneath thedirt particles. If you cant get air to go underthese particles, then you wont be able to suckthem out, regardless of how much suction power youare able to apply with a vacuum cleaner.When you purchase a turbo or power head vacuumcleaner to be used primarily on carpet surfaces,youll also receive a brush for bare floors aswell that is perfect for areas without carpet.The rule of thumb as to which model of vacuumcleaner you should choose is:1. The bare floor model of canistervacuum cleaners are perfect for smooth surfaces
  • 2. with no expectation of having rugs or carpeting.The best choices for bare floor vacuum cleanersinclude Eureka Oxygen 6992 and the Miele SolarisCanister.2. Turbo types of canister vacuum cleanersare best for scatter rugs and low pile wall towall type carpeting. The best picks here are theEIO family vacuum cleaner, the Miele Solaris, andthe Sebo Turbo canister vacuum cleaner.3. The power head brush types of vacuumcleaners are great for wall to wall carpeting andvery important if you deal with pet hair. The bestpicks here include the Sebo Canister 3.1, theMiele Silver Moon, and the Eureka Oxygen 6996.Some of the other important features for canistervacuum cleaners include reliability, purchase price,HEPA filter and sealed unit, the cost of replacementfilters and bags, weight, storage and quality oftools, control locations, noise, adjustable wand,retractable cord, ease of changing attachments,bag change indicator, filter change indicator, swivelhose, and other extra features such as dirt alerts.Almost all canister vacuums are similar in size,offer similar radiuses of cleaning, and come withthe same tool attachments.PPPPP(word count 470)internet marketing services

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