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Info Vacuum Cleaner

In the column on the left, you will find information specific to the manufacturer, including general vacuum reviews, opinions of their product line, frequently asked questions, and step by step repair guides with pictures. My reviews are based on my daily experience selling and fixing vacuum cleaners.

The repair guides primarily deal with vacuum belt changes and unclogging your vacuum cleaner, two of the most common problems customers have in my experience. I recommend that you follow your vacuum manufacturers recommendations regarding proper maintenance of your machine. I also provide additional maintenance tips to keep your vacuum cleaner running efficiently and minimize the need for repair.

Vacuum Bags
Vac bags for vacuum brands like Kenmore, Kirby, Eureka, Simplicity, Riccar and more.
Vacuum Cleaner Filters
Hoover, Dirt Devil, Eureka, Fantom, Dyson, Bissell, Miele HEPA & replacement filters.

The articles in the right column are more general. You will find purchase recommendation based on my years of experience. I don't sell every make of vacuum, but I fix just about everything so I can provide you an unbiased guide based on my daily observations and first hand experience. I assume by now you know whether your prefer an upright, canister, or central vacuum cleaner. I recommend some of the more reputable manufacturers so that you may concentrate on features instead of brand as your are shopping for a new vacuum. You will also find general information and maintenance recommendations that apply to most makes of vacuum cleaner.

Vacuum Reviews and Repair Guides

Vacuum Cleaner Advice & Information

It is our objective to create a vacuum cleaner repair and reference guide on the internet for consumers looking to buy as well as do it yourself types in need of repair information. All of the information provided is based on over twenty five years of hands on experience in the vacuum cleaner industry. This site will continue to grow as we cover more old and new vacuum cleaner models alike. I recommend taking your vacuum to store that offers free estimates as opposed to fixing your vacuum yourself. Most models should be serviced once a year to maintain their performance.