Well, that wasn't very good...
February 1, 2009 5:57 PM Subscribe
Those pretentious Dyson vacuum cleaner commercials have me thinking about the potential inferiority of my trusty steed...
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I just sprinkled some hot chocolate powder onto a standard rug and brushed it in and my
vacuum failed miserably at picking it up with the floor agitator even when I set the agitator lower a notch and it was definitely grinding into the carpet. I then switched over to the hose and picked the stuff up easily, and the suction on the hose didn't even seem that formidable. Is a floor vacuum supposed to be able to pick up stuff like that relatively easily with the agitator?
Is it true what the Dyson commercial is telling me about normal vacuum cleaners losing suction over time? What causes this besides the bag becoming more full?
Does my vacuum cleaner blow, and if so, what should I be looking for in the sucky variety?