Another plus 1 for the Dyson Animal, we have three hairy pets, and it keeps the place spick and span. Ours is about 4 years old now, and still going strong. In blows all other vacuums out of the water in my opinion.
Originally Posted by tk123
Are the fiters a pain to clean in the dysons? We had a bagless morphy richards one a few years ago and it was a nightmare with emptying the dust "jug" thing and the filters having to be cleaned all the time. I replaced it with a bagged electrolux one similar to this
for €35 3 or 4 years ago and haven't looked back.
The filters are a breeze to clean - I do it about once a year, and it's simply running it under a tap for a few minutes and then leaving it to dry. It's actually one of the things I love most about the Dyson, they are simple to take apart and put back together, so keeping it in perfect working order is really easy - and there's no arseing around looking for the right bags, or filters or what have you.