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Old December 22nd, 2017, 08:33 AM
gui gui is offline
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Question Dog furs everywhere! Buying a robot vacuum. Which one?

Hi guys,

Okay so I've been dealing with a problem. I have furry dogs around the house and they leave balls of their furs around the house especially on the carpet. I have a robot vacuum that is not really effective for the furs. So now I am looking at ilife and roomba models as I've read somewhere that they are effective against dog furs on carpets. Can you suggest anything?

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Old June 12th, 2018, 08:24 AM
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We have central vacuum Prolux. The long hose is a pain, but no more really than dragging a canister and cord around. One thing I plan to do is to put a shallow cabinet right at the main floor vac inlet to store the hose. The worst part of using the central vac to me is getting it out and putting it away. Our hose is stored down the stairs in the laundry room so rather than lug it back down there we often leave it on the floor either in the corner of the living room or in my sons bedroom. I wish we had thought of a storage location for it before the house was completed.
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