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    Arrow vacuum

    Hey,
    I am considering buying a vacuum for my car, any suggestions?

    We have a beam vacuum in the house currently, but its hard to get it out to the car.

    Which one do you use?

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    I have a Henry for doing the car and it is fab! Jx

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    i use a miele that has a car attachment. its absolutely brilliant for hoovering mats and the floor of the car.

    2 secs ill find model/pic

    Its the miele cat and dog TT5000



    only downer is it isnt cheap, about 175 quid, but ive never used a more powerful vacuum cleaner,and it makes light work of doing the car.


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    Just use the same one as for the house - dyson ftw

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    Quote Originally Posted by redhotpanther View Post
    Just use the same one as for the house - dyson ftw
    Ditto!

    Don't like the long arm though, as it doesn't bend much

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    henry always help me and does a good job :P

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    Dysons are the way forward for cleaning the inside, but i live in a first floor flat, so i bought a cheapo car vac from Tesco's for about £7, its ok for small bits of crap like stones and other stuff.

    I use it every week and then once every couple of months i take the car to my fiancees parents and use the dyson.

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