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Depending on how you feel about it, vacuuming can be the most dreaded chore of all, or a therapeutic ridding of all that dust, dirt, and whatever else might be hiding on and within your floors and carpets.

We’ve tested plenty of vacuum cleaners over the years, and we have written several in-depth guides focused on everything from the best robot vacuums and the best affordable vacuums to the best vacuums for pet hair and the best cordless vacuums. But here, we have our top picks from each of these respective guides for an easily digestible look at the best of the best.

Apart from our testing, we’ve also spoken with experts during our research phases, including former Dyson Optimization Manager and engineer Edward Chudleigh about some common vacuum cleaner pitfalls and how to shop for a reliable appliance, which can be found here.

A good vacuum cleaner should have no trouble tackling both carpeting and hardwood, and the best ones we’ve tested can automatically detect the difference between the two and adjust their suction accordingly. Ease of use, cleaning, and maintenance are all important too — in fact, one of the most common losses of suction in a vacuum is a clogged filter or airway.

Whether you’re more of a set-it-and-forget-it robot vacuum type or you prefer to do it yourself with the ease and mobility of a cordless vacuum, or somewhere in between, you’ll find what you need below.

The best vacuum cleaners in 2021

Best cordless vacuum cleaner: Shark Vertex DuoClean Cordless Vacuum
Best vacuum cleaner on a budget: Shark Navigator Lift-Away
Best vacuum cleaner for pet hair: Dyson …read more

Source:: Business Insider


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