Vacuum cleaners.

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    Mar 03, 2013 4:15 PM GMT
    huhwhat saidI left reading a race thread for this?


    I left a few car threads and came across this...so the hamster in my brain has given up icon_lol.gif

    But I'll give in: I have a Beam central vacuum system for house duties. A hand-held portable Shark for the car detailing duties.
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    Mar 04, 2013 12:09 AM GMT
    I don't have my own car but maybe someday I will.I don't have a driver's license
    but I'm gonna try to get my own driver's license for very first time this spring or
    summer.I'm gonna study for it at home for free.
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    Mar 04, 2013 12:11 AM GMT
    Speaking of irrelevant threads that have no need to be necroed...
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    Mar 04, 2013 12:16 AM GMT
    This thread sucks like a Dyson.
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    Mar 04, 2013 12:59 AM GMT
    GAYBIGMACHODUDE1972 saidI read online there are different types of vacuum cleaners.There are stick vacuum
    cleaners,canister vacuum cleaners,wet dry vacuum cleaners,steam & deep vacuum
    cleaners,handheld vacuum cleaners,robot vacuum cleaners,hard floor vacuum
    and upright vacuum cleaners.What are best and worst types of vacuum cleaners
    for gay single men that are apartment renters that lives alone in one bedroom
    apartments?I just want to know more the different types of vacuum cleaners
    not the different brands of vacuum cleaners right now.


    You forgot about central vacuum cleaners. That's what I have. It's a wet / dry central vac.

    http://www.aquaair-wetdry.com/
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    Okay. I remember you now. You're one piece of work. Guys try to answer all your weird questions about various products - and you shoot them down. Mal-content much? Get some therapy. This is a health and fitness site. What were you hoping to accomplish by coming here?


    He also started a long thread about what to wear at funerals. I didn't recognize his name, but his frequent use of the phrase "at all" gave him away.
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    Mar 04, 2013 1:15 AM GMT
    stu1 saidGet to a Oreck store and get the oreck upright biggaymachodude. They do have bags but they work great, light weight, and they give you a free tune up every year. They'll set you up good


    Bags are good. Bagless vacuum cleaners use a pleated filters which can be exceedingly difficult to clean and they do have to be cleaned. Cleaning them requires a combination of shaking and brushing. It has to be done outside and up wind from the filter else you end up breathing dust. With a paper bag type of vac, you just throw away the filled bag and insert a new bag; much cleaner.

    I like my wet / dry central vacuum. A water spray wets the dust as it enters the vacuum cleaner, then it gets flushed down the drain; no dust. If you break a Hg containing fluorescent lamp, you can vacuum up the remains since any Hg will be blown outside. There is a net that catches things that are too big to be flushed down the drain. It has to be replaced occasionally (perhaps twice per year) which is a slightly ikky job, but it's not difficult and there is no dust.

    One of the attachments sprays water ahead of the suction. It makes it easy to do a really good job of cleaning vinyl or tile floors.
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    Mar 04, 2013 1:16 AM GMT
    stu1 saidGet to a Oreck store and get the oreck upright biggaymachodude. They do have bags but they work great, light weight, and they give you a free tune up every year. They'll set you up good


    Does that include changing the spark plugs?
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    Mar 04, 2013 1:23 AM GMT
    GAYBIGMACHODUDE1972 saidI' won't buy myself an expensive vacuum cleaner or an used vacuum cleaner
    or a refurbished vacuum cleaner at all.I hate old and used vacuum cleaners
    and I want nothing to do with them.I live cheaply with style.


    I never heard of a stylish vacuum cleaner and don't understand why it matters how it looks. On the other hand, I suppose that some guys, after showing visitors their etchings, paintings, Ming vases, etc., would then show them their vacuum cleaner. Next, show them the furnace, circuit breaker box, and waste baskets, making sure that all of them are stylish.
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    Mar 04, 2013 3:31 AM GMT
    Based on some recommendations here and overwhelming positive reviews on Amazon, I just got a Shark Navigator Lift-away Professional. It's awesome and stylish ;)
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    Mar 04, 2013 5:19 AM GMT
    Anomalous1 saidBased on some recommendations here and overwhelming positive reviews on Amazon, I just got a Shark Navigator Lift-away Professional. It's awesome and stylish ;)


    Stylish? Does that mean that you will be putting it on display along with your Ming vases, antique china, etchings, etc?
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    Mar 04, 2013 5:45 AM GMT
    OMG, are we seriously having a heated discussion about vacuum cleaners?

    We have a semi-disposable Dirt Devil that we picked up on clearance at Target that simply won't die. We have a Bissell canister vac-- from I don't know, Lowes or something-- that's marginal at best. But, my favorite is my dad's old 1970 mustard yellow Kirby that scares the bejeezus out of the dog. Unless you're intending on dropping several hundred dollars on a Dyson or several thousand on a new Kirby, just go to the store and get the $40 disposable vacuum and call it a day. It's not worth being OCD over.

    Here, look at this instead:

    playgirl_niko_vacuum.jpg