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My house is all wood flooring so i cant comment!
Yes but you dont have dust like texas! I pulled up a carpet that had been down for 5 years and vac ed everyday. Was half an inch of fine black dust across the whole floor.
Or a Dyson.
3 places I refuse to have carpet. 1, Hallway, just gets to dirty.2, Kitchen, same as above and below.3, Bathroom/Toilet, they get wet, stink and its just unhygienic.
I suppose it's more about your own opinion really How well does it work on your carpets? I never tried it (I know, I'm ashamed despite being a hardcore Dyson fan!) (Not air multiplier)I seen a video where it was being compared to Vanish carpet powder. A kid drew on his hand with a Biro pen and tried rubbing the vanish powder on it with hardly any change. The Dyson zorb made the ink all go away, so I imagine it would absorb the dirt in the carpet and then dry up with the powder so the remainder can be vacuumed up- That's dry cleaning and I think it's quite clever, actually!
Quote from: Madrat on January 29, 2017, 12:07:24 AM3 places I refuse to have carpet. 1, Hallway, just gets to dirty.2, Kitchen, same as above and below.3, Bathroom/Toilet, they get wet, stink and its just unhygienic.I love hallway carpets, but then again I love washing them even more.I agree with kitchen, I've never seen a carpet in a kitchen before anyway.And bathroom, I've been in houses with nice thick carpet designed for bathrooms and I really liked it, and it didn't seem to smell however I can see the unhygienic aspect. Personally, I'd have a carpet in the bathroom and simply wee in the toilet instead of the floor.