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Best hoover for pet hair?

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acewallgromit Wed 25-Jan-17 18:35:07

My dog's hair doesn't come up with our normal hoover. We've got one of those high suction ones that were banned by the EU. The hair's soft and I think it becomes inter-twined in the carpet fibers. It takes us on hands and knees with sellotape to get their hair up but it takes ages and isn't something we can do regularly.

I've read excellent reviews of the Miele C3 cat and dog hair but I wanted MNers experiences if you've had one. Or else, what other hoovers work for your pet hair?

The Miele is so expensive that I want to make sure it's going to work for what I need it to!

gucee Wed 25-Jan-17 20:39:33

We've got a Sebo X4 Pet vacuum cleaner and it's ideal for cleaning up dog hair as we have two dogs. We use to have Miele and Dyson previously but nothing compares to this one!

Twopeapods Thu 26-Jan-17 11:33:55

I LOVE my Miele. Gets up all the dog hair no problem. I've had it 7 years and it was a good investment. I bought a vax cordless for a quick going over which is good for the laminate and tiles but for my carpet it has to be my Miele.

Twopeapods Thu 26-Jan-17 11:34:30

My mum has had herMiele for about 15 years and it is still going strong.

FrostNixon Sun 29-Jan-17 12:08:00

Just spent all of yesterday with my new Miele Total Complete C3. Currently £70 off in Amazon.

Incredible piece of kit. Have used Dyson and Bosch before. Thought I knew what was what.

Read a lot of r/vaccumcleaners (posts by repairment, US based)

Build, power, noise level, weight - all better than my Dyson.

TBH I am shocked at just how much better this machine is. Using the Turbobrush attachment is incredible. Apparently there is an even better one (the 228 head) for deep carpets.

Miele. You will not be disappointed.

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