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Moving from a permanent home into an RV can be an exciting experience, whether you’re in it for the long haul as a full-timer or just taking summer camping trips. The anticipation of seeing the country from the road and leaving those monotonous chores from daily life behind can be an exhilarating feeling. However, a few of those housekeeping tasks must follow you to the RV if you are to keep your rig clean and functional while in use. And one of those duties is vacuuming. But selecting the best RV corded vacuum for your rig can shorten the time spent in that drudgery. So let’s take a look at how to spot a great vacuum for RV use.
Why You Need a Great RV Corded Vacuum
Vacuum cleaners are frustrating appliances to add to your RV list. They are usually large and bulky, making them hard to store in tight areas.
It’s difficult to justify the space used for a vacuum, especially when you have other more interesting items you’d rather bring along on a camping trip. (You know, like a kayak, a grill, or a bicycle!)
But bring, you must! The virtual nature of camping carries the outdoors inside. As you hike, fish, or just sit around the campfire, you then transfer dirt, sand, and leaves into your home-on-wheels.
How to Choose the Best RV Corded Vacuum
Keeping in mind that the most powerful vacuum cleaners are usually corded, here are several other features to look for in your quest for dependable cleaning equipment:
- Suction – this is usually measured in Air Watts, but sometimes manufacturers don’t list that figure. A hand-held vacuum should have at least 100 air watts to ”really suck.”
- Size – many stick vacuums are lightweight and skinny, making them easier to lift and move, but canister vacs have much more suction power and weight. They are, however, big and bulky, which makes them difficult to use or store in an RV setting.
- Handling – most vacuums with a wand have some element of steering, making them very easy to maneuver in corners and around furniture. Be sure to look for an appliance that can reach under beds or tables easily when you consider its handling features.
- Capacity – this refers to how much dirt and dust the bag or storage cup in the vacuum can hold before requiring dumping. Many stick vacuums hold at least one half to one full quart of debris.
- Type of carpet or flooring – always check to see if the vacuum can be used efficiently on both carpeted and wood or laminate flooring for best results. Many units also have lights on the front to help you see in dim corners and under furniture.
- Attachments – because an RV has a wide variety of surfaces to clean, select a vacuum that comes with pertinent attachments that will handle window valances, stairs, blinds, and corners. Many offer crevice tools, dusting brushes, and pet multi-tools.
Best RV Corded Vacuums
Here are three of our favorite corded vacuums to help you get started in shopping:
- Converts into a handheld vacuum for versatile floor-to-ceiling cleaning
- Extra tools allows you to reach tight spaces, tackle pet hair and much more for a whole-home clean
This corded vacuum comes in at just over 8 pounds, with swivel steering and a bagless design. The dust cup holds just under one-half quart before needing emptying. It has a 25-foot cord, so you should be able to maneuver through most of your rig without having to unplug and move it.
The Shark Rocket comes with a crevice tool, a precision duster, and a pet multi-tool. It handles well on both carpeted and wood/laminate flooring. The vacuum has a hand-held section that can be used separately for short jobs and for storage.
Best for Pet Owners with Storage Space
- Strongest suction of any vacuum; Even more power for tough tasks
- Self-adjusting cleaner head seals in suction across carpet, wood, vinyl, and tile floors
Weighing in at 17 pounds, this corded vacuum steers on a unique ball suspension, making it very maneuverable. It also has a bagless design with a hygienic dust bin that empties at the touch of a button.
The wand can be separated from the floor unit for easy valance cleaning. It comes with a combination tool, a tangle-free tool, brush, and crevice tool and has a suction rating of 100 air watts.
It does a great job of cleaning both carpeted and wood/laminate floors with some of the strongest suction of any vacuum.
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This stick vacuum has an extendable handle for use as a shorter vacuum or to sweep under furniture or on stairs, etc.
It weighs 4 pounds and has a large dust cup for debris collection with washable filters included. The cord is 18 feet long and the unit has swivel steering.
It also comes with a crevice tool for easy cleaning in tight corners and on fabrics.
Now that you know what to look for, it’s time to clean up. Find the vacuum that best suits your needs (and storage space). Then you can hit the road with confidence in knowing your rig will always look great with a clean sweep!
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