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See all condition definitions — opens in a new window or tab Read more about the condition. Dyson v8 tools. Tools engineered for cleaning your house or car. This thing is specially engineered to pick up every single thing, chunk, or microscopic speck off of hard floors without losing suction and it does it in one pass. Not a single cheerio, goldfish cracker, or doggy kibble is left behind! The really exciting thing for me about this specific attachment is that it actually works like it says it does.
I know!! What a concept! Consider yourself now officially acquainted with them! How about you? Do you make full use of your attachments or do you just ignore them like I did? Thanks so much to Dyson for sponsoring this post! They really are! Hi Courtenay, which attachment do you use for floors? I tried to find it in your explanation, but most of the surfaces you mentioned seemed to be fabrics — carpets, cushions etc. Sorry, I was a vacuum repair person for years and I would not spend the money on a Dyson.
Depending on the style they have clutch problems that are costly to repair. I have had to rip them apart be cause the cyclones get full of dust, pet hair and basic dirt. Some models are also extremely heavy. I have one, I think they are too heavy and a bit awkward to manuver. I loved my very very old Pannsonic, the best ever. My daughter has a Dyson. I have the Shark Lift Away. We compared them like those infomercials. Mine picked up much more than hers.
We agree. The tools are right there at your fingertips and slip on and off in seconds. I switch them out constantly! You could have said all that you did without saying you are dumbfounded in a way that clearly indicates you think the writer is dumb. What model Shark are all these Shark lovers referencing?? I am seriously thinking of a Shark. I got a dyson vacuum a month or so ago it is the best thing since sliced bread haha but a truly amazing machine I just love mine. Do your research carefully.
The cylinder fills way too quickly and things get stuck at the intake area — then it shuts off. I wish I had known about the shark vacuums — everyone I know is happy with theirs. We only got rid of it because we got rid of all the carpet. I am coveting a Dyson canister Vac now… but this V6 Absolute sounds very intriguing. I can do almost my whole whole including the back basement steps where the cat litter is on one charge too.
I have this back hallway off of my master bedroom where we have this wall of cupboards. I just cleared out one shelf of one cupboard and stuck them on that shelf. Thanks for your post! I love my Dyson DC I was thinking that I would use probably one of them, and the rest would just sit around the house gathering dust. I am really glad that you showed us how useful they could be. It will really make cleaning the kitchen a lot easier. Thanks so much for letting me know!
Thank you for sharing!! It does a great job at getting most of the dust off them without scratching them. A cloth will usually just rub the dust around. Thanks again!! Those giant leaves hold the dust something fierce!
With the soft dusting attachment, my vacuum made short work of my giant plant! We got it from my MIL after my FIL passed away a year and a half ago, so keeping it alive and thriving is very important to me. I also have the older Animal vacuum that we use in the motorhome that really gets abused and it keeps on going. Took my ole canister vac to goodwill to get rid of it. My husband is waiting for a Shop-Vac for the garage ,Pat.
My vacuum has about a million of these attachments. I can honestly say that I have never tried a single one of them out. Needless to say, I think that it is about time for me to branch out. It totally makes sense that some attachments are meant for spongy carpet and some for shaggy. There is quite a lot of variation of this kind in my house, so I will definitely be trying out these specialized tools!
I have the DC69 and I love it!! I also have a 18 year old Kirby with all the trimmings that very rarely gets used since getting my Dyson. I have never used the mini motor head but I will now! I have had a Dyson Animal vac for 2 years now, and absolutely love it. I have no carpeting in my home, and the one head that came with the vac does a great job on the bare floors. I have all of these attachment, plus a few extra I ordered, stored in a large tote bag, and I hang it in the closet looped over a wooden hanger.
Your solution might work for me. I always liked that the tools on the DC Animal has a place on the machine. Two of the tools go on my new Dyson Animal Ball not the Cinetic or Ball 2 machine, but the rest do not. The animal hair removal tool even works on sheets on a bed and is wonderful. Hi there! The really great part about posts like this one, is that I see a lot of men reading and pinning them as well.
CEOs have cleaning ladies, trust me. I run a house cleaning company. Knock it off pease… What nonsense. I have a new Dyson 6 with an attachment that I do not how to use. It is a piece that has a plastic curve piece that connects between two other pieces. Please help me to know what to use this attachment for. Thank you Marilyn. Hi Marilyn! Is your tool something like this? Thank you very much for this post. I recently bought a Dyson and am confused on what attachments to use for different part of the house.
Now, I know. Nicely written post on a subject most people tend to ignore. I like the way you used pictures of each attachments. Good post! My favourites are motorised upholstery tools. I have a dog who loves to sleep on the sofa and cover it in hair, and the extra power of the motorised attachment is the only way to reliably get it out. Has it replaced your corded model, or do you mainly use it for smaller cleaning jobs? This is great and I love my Dyson but I have a question.
I end up having to get a knife and scrape it all out. I know what you mean, Steve! We have two cats and a dog, so all that hair definitely gets trapped in the bin. I use it to reach around and catch everything that gets stuck way up in the top of the bin and also I poke it into the part where you hook up the attachments because that can sometimes get clogged up too. It does the trick!
I recently bought a Dyson vac, but we live in the county and a lot of little stones and debris get tracked into our entry. I am afraid to use it on that area. Is the Dyson best for just dust and pet hair?? What could I be doing wrong? Oh my goodness, Pat, I know just what you mean when you say that all kinds of debris can get tracked in!
We get gravel, sticks, leaves, stones, dirt, sand, you name it. I have eleven yes 11 Alaskan Malamute house dogs. I have used many brands of vacuum but the only ones that have lasted more than a year are Dysons. They can get pretty gross with 11 large hairy dogs, but they are pretty easy to clean.
En el empaquetado de una aspiradora nueva debe tener todas las piezas originales, no es conveniente usar material parecido en tu nueva aspiradora, sin embargo debes contar bien las piezas y material original correcto. I wanted information on what to use for the carpets and wood flooring as I have both in my home. I am really happy with the performance of this machine. It is light, versatile and easy to use and now I know what each attachment does, even happier.
I am grateful to have found your instructions for use of the accessories and will now use them to their full potential. Thank you for your help, Dyson should thank you or get you to write their instructions! My first dyson was the digital slim, and I loved it! I went right out, around 3pm Sunday to get a new one! Hubby put it together and I had a little go, amazing, but ran out of power, so I put it on the dock to power up, and this morning went to get it to use, no power!
I Googled to check how and where to use the tools, and was pleased to see I had assumed right how to!! Love dyson…!! Thank you so much for sharing information on how to use attachments of vacuum cleaner. I will use your tips. Nice post. Great post I just got me a dyson motorhead and have 6 attachment and do not know how to used it youtube is not a great help now I know what to do with them.
We are really torn about replacing our trusty Hoover with a Dyson due to the expense. If price were a concern, do you still think Dyson would be your number one choice? My vacuum, a Shark, has one of the mini motorized tools, very similar to the one pictured. Thanks for the info! I had an extra 6-bottle wine bag from a grocery store that was able to hold the vacuum cleaner attachments perfectly. The attachments mine came with 10 different ones are fantastic! I had them in bucket, but the bristles on the soft dusting brush were getting bent and misshapen from having the other tools piled on top and that attachment is one of my favorite.
Thanks for sharing your idea! Great article! I really appreciate the information as the Dyson website is almost useless for this. My unit came with both and the SDB is actually a clear headed brush. Thanks for your post. I just bought a Dyson V7. Can I buy this attachment to go with the V7? Thanks for very details and helpful information. Could you advise on which attachment to clean curtains. I have DC35 and the suction when using crevice tools is very weak.
Is your V6 powerful? I recently took the plunge and bought a Dyson v8 Absolute. My wife and I are very pleased with it so far and it is so convenient and easy to use that I see myself doing much more of the vacuuming than before. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but I think Dyson have taken that to the extreme. Sometimes a bit more written instructions to accompany the pictures would be very much appreciated. I do not have the V6, but an older model from a few years back yet to be able to find what model as I see no sticker that is helpful.
This brush is GREAT in the carpet and for picking up pet hair, but try to get it to pick up a teeny piece of paper or tiny pearler bead and it kicks it right back up and out at me, or I have to go over it 10 times literally, 10 times in order for it to finally suck it up.