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    Can someone please tell me if this vacuum would be good to use on hardwood floors? We are getting ours sanded and varnished soon so don't want to scratch them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpicyTurtle View Post
    Can someone please tell me if this vacuum would be good to use on hardwood floors? We are getting ours sanded and varnished soon so don't want to scratch them!
    It's great, no scratching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    It's great, no scratching.
    Thankyou!

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    So target have the stick dysons on sale again atm. I'm considering paying the extra $100 for the animal one (which is also on sale).
    Anyone know if theres much of a difference?? We have two indoor cats and one indoor/outdoor dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennaisme View Post
    So target have the stick dysons on sale again atm. I'm considering paying the extra $100 for the animal one (which is also on sale).
    Anyone know if theres much of a difference?? We have two indoor cats and one indoor/outdoor dog.
    As far as I know, it's to do with the way the head brushes rotate, the animal picks up more hair.

    For what it's worth, we have the Animal and have a labrador who loses a lot of fur, and it's amazing. Picks up everything on the wood floors and carpet. We also have a rug with quite a lot of white on it, which seems to attract the black dog hair - after we've used the Animal on it, it seriously looks new.

    Worth it to pay the extra, I think.

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    I just tired out both the stick ones at Harvey Norman. I think the difference is the size of floor tool and way it rotates.

    I chickened out and ended up getting the DC54 I think it is, the ball one.

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    I bought the dc45 which was the same price as the 35 at the time & I love it! I definitely vacuum more & it's great for quick clean ups. I didn't think the battery life would be long enough but I can do most of the house with no problems.

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    Yeah I got the dc45 too


 

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