You have read this correctly, robot vacuums are on the rise as a new must-have accessory, and many of us want to know if we should bite the bullet and invest in a small disc that moves around our home by itself, sucking up debris as it goes on its journey.
If your answer is not immediately “YES” and you need to know more, that is almost fair enough.
There are a few benefits of investing in a robot vacuum; just read this piece to find out more.
What Exactly is a Robot Vacuum?
Assuming you are not holding children upside down in a wheelbarrow position, asking them to pick up every bit of fluff they can find, you might be wondering how on earth is a vacuum not a robot of some description? Great question! In this context, your vacuum has some autonomy to go around your house cleaning up for you. It can glide itself over all hardwood floors, carpet, and tiles to remove any debris with a touch of a button even when you are not around.
Keep on Top of Cleaning Whenever
The beauty of using a robot vacuum instead of having to vacuum around yourself is that you can set it to do your dirty work for you while you are busy doing something else, getting two jobs done at once. Robot vacuums are pretty hardy and can pick up dust, crumbs, and grit from the floor, so it is a great alternative to use after you have already had a deep vacuum clean – just to keep on top of things.
As with everything, some robot vacuums are better than others, and the really good ones can come with a much higher price tag, so be sure to shop around to find a great deal on one that will suit your needs.
You Can Program Your Cleaning Schedule
A useful feature of a robot vacuum is that you are able to program your cleaning schedule to whenever suits you. You are able to connect these handy little devices to your mobile and set up the time when you would like your vacuum to begin when it should stop, and what areas it should go in. This can be done even when you are at work, or even when you are on vacation somewhere sunning it up, as long as you know the floors are free from obstacles!
It Can Go Where Your Vacuum Cannot
We have all tried to get our vacuum into nooks and crannies in our home in an attempt to take down a lone cobweb or a stuck crumb, only to be left disappointed when we run into the side of the skirting board or can’t quite get into the gap next to the fridge. A robot vacuum can help take away these frustrations as it is much smaller, so it can fit into those gaps with ease where other traditional vacuums struggle, especially if you do not want to get the extra nozzles out.