DS has had a severe eczema breakout. After allergy testing yesterday his only allergen is dust mites. He is currently on a routine of wet dressings and bleach baths, it's effing awful
So tomorrow we are on a mission to reduce all dust related allergens in our home - this won't stop eczema as it's immunity related and as he has also been sick, it's a likely trigger too. But we want to give him the best shot of health so we are out to replace;
and I need a range of vacuum recommendations please
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27-06-2014 17:38 #1
Recommend me a vacuum...
27-06-2014 17:50 #2Senior Member
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Go to some where like godferys I know they have a range of great vacuum cleaners that are endorsed by the asthma association of Australia which means they are great at getting all dirt and dust and trapping it away instead of going into the air and resettling again. They can usually also be used on mattresses as well. Good luck
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27-06-2014 17:51 #3
I just bought a Dyson multi floor. It is so powerful. There are attachments for dusting blinds, furniture etc.
Bit on the expensive side but I am super happy with it and feel that it was money well spent.
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27-06-2014 18:21 #4
Sebo - more expensive than dyson but is so good.
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27-06-2014 18:22 #5
Subbing I need one too!!
27-06-2014 18:46 #6
I just got a dyson and I don't know how I lived before!!
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27-06-2014 18:54 #7
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27-06-2014 19:00 #8
I'm in love with my Dyson stick vacuum.
It's cordless and I can easily do the whole house on a single charge. I remove the stick and attach the brush end and use it to remove all the dust in the house. So much better than trying to 'dust' conventionally because you're actually sucking up the dust rather than wiping it around.
It's a great stand alone vacuum. My corded vac hasn't been used once since I bought the Dyson stick.
27-06-2014 19:05 #9
27-06-2014 19:10 #10Senior Member
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I second the dyson stick, it's so easy, you'll find you vacuum more often.
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