Unless you’re Danny Tanner from Full House, you probably don’t like to spend your precious downtime vacuuming. Unlike doing other chores, you can’t even jam out to Beyonce as you dust-bust because most vacuum cleaners will drown out the sounds of “Alien Superstar”. That said, there is something satisfying about sucking up cracker crumbs and dog hair — as long as you have a machine that’s up for the job.
Vacuum cleaners can be surprisingly expensive, so if you’re preparing to plunk down a chunk of change on a new one, you know that customer reviews are extremely beneficial. But if you hardly have time to vacuum, you definitely don’t have time to compare ratings and pore over user feedback. We went ahead and studied the most highly reviewed vacuums at Walmart and rounded them up here for your shopping convenience. Scroll on to see which options suck the most, according to customers.
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