Nesting me decided I needed a better and more efficient way to deal with the bane of my existence: THIS TILE
I'd had my eye on a lightweight vacuum to deal with the area, and it was sitting in my Amazon cart for months before I finally decided to purchase it. And several months later, I can tell you that this little vacuum is the best homemaking purchase I have ever made:
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The highlights of this amazing little machine include:
--It weighs less than 5lbs! Victoria can easily pick it up
--Because it is so light weight, taking it up and down stairs while pregnant or even holding other things in your hands, is super easy
--It costs less than $30! The price fluctuates and right now the price is only $23 (I paid $28)
--It easily and quickly cleans up my hard floors. I don't have as much success with it on my carpet, mostly because it doesn't have a rotating brush. (but the lack of rotating brush makes it ideal for not scratching hardwood floors).
--It converts into a small hand-held vacuum easily by removing the handle and wide bottom. I use it to clean my car and stairs that way
--It empties super easily and quickly
I have converted several friends and family members who have come over and tried out my little vacuum. It seriously has been a life changer for me. I can just easily plug it in and vacuum under the table after mealtimes, and a full vacuuming of the entire tiled area in my home (which used to take me at least 20 minutes to sweep) now takes about 5 minutes.
The ONLY thing I would change about this vacuum is that I wish the cord was a little longer. I have to unplug and replug it once to vacuum my lower level, but I'm ok with that. Having a shorter cord also makes it very easy and quick to put away.
I seriously cannot recommend this vacuum enough! Although Victoria is a little disappointed she no longer gets to "help" me dump the dust pan after sweeping.
What is the one Homemaking purchase that has helped you the most? I'm always looking for recommendations!