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With so much building work going on around our home, it’s (sadly) inevitable that we have to clean up, too.
Shortly after we moved in, we broke our vacuum cleaner so ever since buying a new one we’ve been super careful with what we vacuum up.
Needless to say, with so much rubble and dirt around here, it’s more than annoying to have to be so careful and we’d end up sweeping most things by hand. But no longer as we have a fab new Multi-purpose vacuum cleaner thanks to Kärcher.
We love our Kärcher Steam Stick, so we had high expectations when it came to this Vacuum cleaner – luckily we weren’t disappointed.
It’s really lightweight but also heavy-duty and is perfect for anyone doing any DIY or building work. You can vacuum rubble and dust, you can use it to blow dirt from hard to reach areas and you can even vacuum liquids!
My favourite feature is that you can attach it to your power tools and it removes the sawdust directly. All you do is connect your power tool to the socket on the vacuum cleaner and it automatically switches on when you start your tool.
It’s amazing – no more spending hours trying to clean up the mess after cutting or sanding wood.
The Kärcher vacuum cleaner is really hard-wearing and whilst it’s aimed at DIYers, we’ve actually started to use it as a general vacuum cleaner for around the house as it has such great suction and is great at removing day to day dirt.
The design of it is great, too. It has places for all attachments and nozzles so everything is always in one place. Changing the attachments on the Kärcher MV3 is also super easy as they just click into place. If there’s one small thing that could be improved upon, it’s that the power cable is quite short. It’s not a problem when vacuuming rooms, however, it’s a bit short when it comes to going up and down the stairs.
Overall we really love this vacuum cleaner and we’re almost looking forward to autumn so that I can blow the leaves out of our drive. Together with the steam stick, I can safely say that our house has never been cleaner!
How do you hope with the mess during building work? Do you have a favourite cleaning tool?