I’m Katy The Vacuum Girl.
And I’m here to teach you everything I know about Vacuums.
I don’t mean to toot my own horn, but I’m quite a master at Cleaning and Vacuums.
Welcome to TheVacuumGuide.com! We are your one-stop shop for all things vacuum. Whether you’re looking for information on the different types of vacuums, their attachments, or a learning center to solve most problems, we’ve got you covered. So please sit back, relax, and let us do the dirty work.
Over the years, I’ve had the luxury of using every type of vacuum (upright vacuums, canister vacuums, robot vacuums, and more) for every purpose (home, car, commercial, and even bug cleaning).
I’ve also learned practically everything there is to know about these awesome machines ( Yes, I love them).
Consider me your Vacuum buddy
We will empower smart cleaning through the use of Vacuums.
We started thevacuumguide.com in 2022 because, like you, we’re pretty obsessed with Vacuums, whether it’s testing out the latest Vacuum trends to achieve our best cleaning or discussing the best Vacuum products, or investigating the best way to take care of them.
If you want to find the best Vacuum for a specific purpose, I can help.
If you want to learn how to use a Vacuum properly, I can help with that.
And, if you want to get every question you’ve ever had about Vacuums answered, I’ve got you covered there.
The good thing about Vacuums is that there’s a top choice for every person out there—a vacuum that feels perfect in the hands, has just the right amount of power, and helps you get the job done without any worries.
And I can help you find it.
Aside from years of experience using Vacuums, I have also been an expert in this field because I’ve spent countless hours researching and comparing Vacuums of every type. So, check out my free Vacuum Buying Guides to find the perfect Vacuum for your needs.
Or check out these specific vacuum guides:
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Another thing I like to share about Vacuums because they’re not that hard to use. Many people feel intimidated by these machines because there are so many of them in the market, and maybe you bought one that didn’t work as expected.
I’ve made my fair share of mistakes over the years when cleaning, but I’ve also learned some great tips and tricks from pros too. You can benefit from these things by reading about them in the Learning Center of this site.
Since I know a lot about vacuums, I’m often asked about proper maintenance, cleaning certain things around the house, finding the perfect attachment or replacement part, and getting the most out of each vacuum type. I’ve done my best to include those common questions and answers in the Learning Center. So, be sure to check it out.
Types of Vacuums
There are many different types of vacuums on the market today, and it cannot be easy to know which one is right for you. That’s where we come in! We’ll break down the different types of vacuums so you can make an informed decision.
Upright vacuums are the most popular type of vacuum. They are easy to maneuver and can be used on both carpet and hard floors. Canister vacuums are also popular and offer great suction power. They are lightweight and easy to maneuver around furniture. Stick vacuums are perfect for small spaces or quick cleanups. They are lightweight and easy to use. Handheld vacuums are perfect for spot cleaning or cleaning hard-to-reach areas.
Vacuum attachments are essential for getting those hard-to-reach areas or for cleaning delicate surfaces. Many different types of attachments are available, so it’s important to know which one is right for your vacuum and your needs.
The most common attachment is the dusting brush, which is great for dusting shelves, blinds, or any other surface. The crevice tool is great for getting into tight spaces like between couch cushions or in car seats. The upholstery attachment is perfect for cleaning couches, chairs, or any other piece of upholstered furniture.
Our learning center contains helpful tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your vacuum. From troubleshooting common problems to choosing the right vacuum for your needs, we’ve got you covered.
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We evaluate hundreds of Vacuum Products each year, from handhelds, robot pool vacuums, and residential vacuums to commercial vacuums and more. That means we know what actually works and what doesn’t.
My advice is free and always will be.
I don’t think it’s right to keep knowledge about things that others can benefit from yourself or charge people for your “tips” so that you can make a couple of bucks.
Everything I know about vacuums is laid out here for you to enjoy. You won’t find any subscription fees, gated content, or sneaky advertisements coming from me.
Money is never exchanged between us on or off this site.
I’m fully committed to giving you my honest opinion and advice for free when it comes to buying and using vacuums.
My knowledge is your gain.
If you click on a product link and buy it, I only make money from this site. I receive a small commission from each sale, but it doesn’t impact the price you pay. Everything I recommend can be bought on Amazon.com because it’s a trustworthy site with an excellent return policy.
I hope this brief rant has helped you understand more about me and what you can expect by poking around on this site. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me, and I’ll try to help you the best that I can.
So click around. Stay awhile. We hope to make you feel inspired. And if you leave with a new holy-grail product (or two), well—don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Katy Kritell, The Vacuum Girl!!
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