The best vacuum for bare / hard floors?
I have laminate and vinyl floors, I am sick of using a broom, it always takes forever. I have 2 dogs and they are always tracking in dirt and shedding hair everywhere. I have bought a few of the inexpensive quick vacs but they all blow the small dirt and hair everywhere. I am just afraid to purchase a more expensive one for it to do the same as the cheaper ones. I am willing to spend around a 100-150 dollars for something that will work. Thanks.
Here is a link that I thought was very helpful and informative:
(Personally, I love dyson because they clean both bare and carpeted flooring but they cost soooo much more than your budget at around 500 dollars for a nice one BUT they are really worth it for your money.) Hope I helped!!
What is the best “gotcha” move you have ever done to your boyfriend husband or ex? ?
My ex husband was a liar and not a very good one. He didn’t cheat on me, but he might as well have. Nothing was real, our marriage was a sham and it was all to get a green card. It started great, but after a few mos I was catching him in dumb lies.. Like where he was going, or he said he vacuumed and the vaccum was the way I left it before ect.. it got really bad at the end. I was in couples therapy alone. because he “didn’t want to go”.
ON xmas eve the ex asked for a divorce and then proceeded to tell me he was going out drinking that night with his brother and his best friend.. and leaving me alone at home. ( that was the opportunity… I didn’t know I was looking for. )
WIth xmas carols playing I packed his clothes, his junk his tools. in the front room. I found his beloved safe box that kept his secret treasures.. and of course I had no idea what was in it as the ex hid the keys..
#1 I called a locksmith out at 7pm xmas eve. He unlocked this box on wheels and I paid him gladly. I went through this box and found nothing except bills, a watch I knew this guy had.. and an envelope with $3000. 30 $100 dollar bills. I quickly took the envelope, locked the safe with dummy key the locksmith gave me ad listened to xmas carols and drank wine. I called my ex when he was good and plastered around 11pm. I called and said.. so are you sure you want a divorce? He said yes.. I told him his stuff was on the front porch along with his safe and the house was not his as I bought it years before.. and he signed pre nupt.
He arrived the next day.. to get his stuff. He asked me if i had seen a white envelope with 3K Just like that! I asked him why did he store that in his safe. He said it wasn’t his. I asked him once again who’s was it. He wouldn’t tell me. I told him I would call him if I saw anything or whatnot.
I took that money the day after Xmas and put a down payment on shiney SUV. It was THE BEST present I could of gotten from Santa.
I did see my ex and his brother a few months later they were loading something from a friends house. I slowed down so they could see me. I rolled down the window and said.. Hey John.. thanks for the truck! XX I love it.. ( Our divorce was final the following month. )
It is not stealing if it’s in your own home… my atty advised me of that…
so many legally ignorant people on here..
Lol that was DIRTY.
But funny as hell. Your ex got owned! U get a high five for that *high five*
Ways to make some days go by?
Well I’ve been looking with my mom for a kitten, finally found one she is the cutest thing, 3 months old and the best personality ever, thing is kitten is 100 dollars and I only have 36 ATM soon to be 51, but are there any ways to get some more money fast?
(I can’t work outside by the way)
And I already vacuum the whole house including rooms etc, for 8 dollars a week.
See if your parents will front you the money and you can keep doing the housework until its paid off?
how much should i charge customers?
I want to start a mobile car wash, i go to your driveway and clean your car, me and my friend came up with the idea. I know how to clean a car becuase I currently work out a express car wash.
would this be fair?
a full exterior wash
tire and rim dressing
interior wipedown/vacuum and windows
for 60 dollars per a car? 2 cars for 100 dollars?
and if i could figure out how to do a matt shampoo i would charge 15.00 for four matts and 2.00 for additional matts?
is this good pricing?? fair? what do i need to start this business? where can i find suppliers? and best way to advertise??
There’s a lot more to a business than pricing, but you’re right in that you should charge the going rate.
First you need a five-year plan. You can learn how to do that and budgeting in high school, college, or at the Small Business Administration or find out how to do it on the internet. To start a business you need capital. You can sell stocks in your company but an attorney would have to do that for you so see a corporate attorney with your “5-year plan”. You’d need an idea of where you want to put the carwash office as you’d need a place for your business to call home. You’d probably need a state license, and you’d need equipment, you’d need to figure in what wage your employees would work for. You’d need a contract between you and your friend as to who would do what, who would contribute how much money, and things like how you’d end the business if it came to that. Here in my town workers would pick up a person’s car where they work and then they would wash and clean the car and bring it back to the person at the office.
Dyson Vacuum cleaners? Anyone have one and do you LOVE it, or is it just so-so?
I am apparently having some media trust issues–commercials are DESIGNED to get us to Buy their products, and the company , if called up on will say the BEST things…so I depend on consumer experience to decide upon a number of items! I interviewed at least a dozen folks when looking for my car, at grocery lots and gas pumps, and when 100% were thrilled with their automobile, that did it for me and what the salesman said was just confirmed by my own research.
Over the years I have had a dozen electric floor sweepers, and none of them have been the ‘cat’s pajamas”! So, has anyone actually HAD a Dyson, ball rolling mechanism cleaner and if so, has it justified it’s $400.00 dollar price tag in your estimation? How as the suction performed and has it stayed reliable? Any details will be helpful!
I had 2 dysons, the first the plastic hose cracked and the dust bucket bit, second one the motor went on fire.
Each of them I had for 3 years, the sucking power on them to start with was great but as time went on I found they lost some of the sucking power. On a good note was when I did have to repair it I could take it apart with a spoon, since all the bits come out easily and go back together like that I had mine repaired several times.
I got a vax and fell in love with it, still have it 5 years on and not one problem with it.
I personally would not go back to a dyson.
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