:shock:I've got a Dyson also - the plain vanilla model, as I'm not domestic enough to figure out or use attachments. I just ask that a vacuum suck, so to speak, and boy does the Dyson ever suck... ... up dust, I mean.
The only thing I would say is to ignore the ads that say they can't clog. They can, and do, especially when they're picking up the hay that a bunny has tracked all around the house over the course of a few weeks (I said I wasn't very domestic). However, the Dyson is designed to come apart at every place that it can clog, so it's just a matter of pulling off all the different connections until you find the clogged one.
I use my Dyson on my hardwood floors, no problems. I don't know if this is standard on all models, but mine has a rotating brush bar that can be turned on/off with a button. The manual states that the brush bar should be set to off for wood floors (though I sometimes leave it on).Does anyone know if Dyson is good on hardwood floors? Iwould be using it everyday.
Yep I use it on wood and it works great! It does drag hay bits around a little bit sometimes on hard surfaces but nothing a little attachment can't handle. Sometimes I'm too lazy and I just turn on the rotating brush to lure it into the cyclone.Does anyone know if Dyson is good on hardwood floors?Â IÂ would be using it everyday.