I like how carpet is soft and cushiony and that alone is a good trade for having to vacuum. Least for me.
Hoovering (I love that term! I think I'll adopt it.) helps my back strengthen. Of course , the hoover is not functioning properly atm. Until the money magically appears to fix it, I'll float down the denial river.
On the flipside, I immediately knew the best vacuum to get when we needed a replacement (NO canister, no bag, upright mid-size with removable section. That and a shop vac for wet vacuuming).
Well at least you guys have it easy. Carpets are a pain in the ass to clean especially pets. My stairs has carpets and tugging the vacuum is a pain in my rear end. And I happen to be the only one cleaning up the brush from the vacuum and removing the hair off too. It could be fixed with a product called Swivel Sweeper but can't trust those stuff unless you have back pain. Preferably have a vacuum that has good suction and doesn't lose power.
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It ain't easy cleaning up cat gak balls from carpet. Nature's Miracle deodorizer doesn't cut it.