Spring Cleaning Arrives in Oakville
Those carpet cleaning robots have been around for many years now, and they seem to be getting better and better. With little time to spend hours cleaning the house, and sky high prices for “cleaning ladies” in Oakville, this little guy may just help with the daily vacuuming. The reviews seem to be pretty positive by other Canadians.
The Roomba robot maintains cleaner floors so you don’t have to.
- This vacuuming robot picks up dirt and debris with the touch of a button. There is even scheduling, and the robot always shows up to work on time. Preset up to seven cleaning times per week for Roomba to automatically vacuum wherever and whenever you want. It has an easy-to-empty bagless dustbin; fine-filtration and the system traps allergens and pollutants. Anti-tangle technology is built in along with a gentle-touch bumper system. If you have interior steps, not to worry with the built-in cliff sensors.
- Product Dimensions: 33.7 x 33.7 x 10.2 cm ; 6 Kg
- Shipping Weight: 5 Kg
- Item model number: 560
The new Roomba 560 vacuuming robot picks up amazing amounts of dirt and debris with the simple touch of a button.
Spinning sidebrushes grab dirt and dust as it motors through your home. It goes to corners and along wall edges. It features two high-speed, counter-rotating
brushes that pick up pet hair, cat litter, food crumbs, and other debris from floors. So it is a sweeper and vacuum in one.
“The vacuum sucks up the debris and deposits it into a large,
easy-to-empty bagless dustbin, and its improved fine-filtration system traps
dust, pollen, and other allergens inside the unit, reducing infiltration into
the living environment.
For added convenience, the vacuum’s cleaning head
automatically adjusts to transition from wood, tile, and linoleum to carpets and
rugs, while improved anti-tangle technology ensures it won’t get stuck on cords
and rug fringe. If the unit begins to pick up a cord or carpet tassel, it will
automatically reverse the direction of its brushes to extract the item. “
A light-touch bumper system senses obstacles so the vacuum automatically slows its
approach, gently touches the obstacle, then redirects to continue cleaning under
or around the object.
You can set up a Virtual Wall to mark off-limit areas and the vacuuming robot
returns to its self-charging Home Base to dock and recharge between cleaning
cycles or when the battery starts to run low. What a smart little cleaning robot.
Its advanced power system consists of a fast-charging battery, a three-hour charger, and a power source that
supercharges the unit for up to four average-size rooms on a single charge.
Of course, you can always call in a professional carpet cleaner for some heavy duty carpet and tile cleaning, but this robot may assist you with day to day sweeping and vacuuming.
What do you think about carpet cleaning robots?