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Getting and keeping my laminate floors clean - Part One

When we moved in to our house we decided to put in the best quality laminate floors we could afford for the whole of the ground floor.  We chose this for the main reason that we had children and didn't want carpet. All I could think of was toilet training, spillages, food and mud. 


It has taken me a good couple of years to find the perfect routine for keeping my ground floor clean and dust free.


Firstly let me introduce you to the Morphy Richards Supervac, 2-in-1 Cordless Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner, or the Supervac as I call it.
I have been using this in my house for over six months and it is in use each day and every day and it is blooming fantastic.  Initially I thought it was a little expensive at £119.99, however, it is worth its weight in gold.
  • The supervac is a bag-less, cordless hand held vacuum.
  • You can use it as an upright cordless vacuum on all floor types or as a handheld.  It has a small charging station which holds the crevice tools.
  • You can charge with the handle in a folded position.
  • It is lightweight at only 3.9kg
  • The head rotates ensuring it gets in all those hard to reach places.
  • I(t has a 15 minute running time.


If we hadn't been given this to review, I would still be using the main vacuum and a sweeping brush.  But this is so easy to use that even the boys can get it out if they spill some cereal or make crumbs.  it is super easy to empty and as it is in the utility room takes no getting out or putting away.

I think that this is super value and the perfect vacuum for anyone with hard floors.

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  1. Oh I would love this jen mykitchen foloris the absolutle bain of my life!!!!

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