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Buying Guide: Busy parents love having a stationary vacuum in the kitchen

Buying Guide: Busy parents love having a stationary vacuum in the kitchen

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With more parents juggling working from home, childcare, and online learning, it can seem like there aren’t enough hours in the day to stay organized and keep the house clean. Fortunately, there’s one tool that can help busy parents keep the kitchen floors tidy—a stationary vacuum like this model from Eye-Vac.

How It Works

Stationary vacuums are commonly used in in hair salons for their ability quickly pick up hair and debris, but they’re also perfect for households with young children. To use the stationary vacuum, you simply sweep pet hair, dust, or dropped food toward the vacuum and the infrared sensors will turn on the suction. If dropped food is a frequent problem in your kitchen, this Eye-Vac makes it easy to clean up.

Cleaner Floors and Cleaner Air

Not only does a stationary vacuum help busy parents and pet owners keep their kitchen floor clean, but the dual filtration HEPA filter also helps clean the air. With sanitization and safety at the front of everyone’s mind right now, the filter is an added bonus.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers are raving about the Eye-Vac giving it an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars. Customers loved this vacuum for quickly cleaning up pet hair that traditional vacuums and brooms missed. Instead of getting out the large vacuum cleaner for small kitchen spills, customers were able to quickly sweep messes away into the Eye-Vac.

Eye-Vac Pro Professional Touchless Stationary Vacuum

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