I drive a Kia and 90% of my wardrobe is from Target.
I'm not a good listener.
Naturally, my decision when purchasing a vacuum was no exception. I started off the right place. I asked her for advice on where to buy a fancy machine but as soon as I saw the $600 price tag, I reverted to my old cheap ways.
She also said, "Under NO circumstances should you buy a bagless vacuum. They're terrible!!"
I brought home a $140 bagless vacuum.
My mom would be so proud.
I pulled my plastic sensation out of the box and started vacuuming, fully expecting the thing to start smoking. Off it went, working my carpet into a tizzy, filling the clear plastic bin with dirt... and filling... and filling.. and filling. Geez! How filthy are my floors!?!?
I finally finished, the dirt and hair well above the 'MAX FILL LINE', and opened the container to put it into the trash. There was so much dirt packed in the container, I had to pull it out with my hands. This was....
Bagless versions are the Biore Pore Strips of vacuum cleaners.
Being Obsessive Compusive, I haven't felt this satisfied after vacuuming since I figured out how to make checkerboard patterns on the carpet like an MLB groundskeeper.
Well mom, I'm sorry, but you're wrong. I can support your $200 purses but you've got vacuum cleaners all wrong. I've got quite the love affair with my $140 vacuum...
even if I have to replace it 4 times in the next six months.