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    Default Vacuum cleaner help

    Our house is mainly floorboards and tiles with two rugs. I have a cordless Dyson, but would like a plug in vacuum to do the whole house at once. I have an Electrolux but I damaged the hose and it's going to cost $99-$115 to replace. I figured I can buy a vaccuum for that price, what do you think? If I had carpets in the rooms then I would consider something more expensive, but like I said it's all hard floors.
    Any suggestion for a good vaccuum for under $120? Preferably bagless.
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    I have a little Hoover 3010 bagless vacuum. It was only $99 from Godfreys. I originally bought it as a temporary vacuum cleaner, but I don't mind it at all so I have hung on to it. It has quite good suction and it's easy to empty. I don't think you need a high end vacuum if you have wooden floorboards, the cheapies seem to do the job. If I had carpet, I would probably get a bigger and better vac.


 

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