There is a saying that goes, “work smarter, not harder”. It’s all about assessing the amount of work that faces you, and approaching it in a way that will help you finish the job in the most effective way possible. It’s sad to say, but many of the things we buy for seemingly unimportant tasks such as cleaning are not ‘made to last’ like they used to be. This increases your workload as you’re going to be stuck with a tool that keeps breaking on you. Dyson is quite well-known for making a vacuum that is pricey, but won’t die out on you after the first year of use.
They thought that cleaning hard surfaced floors was too time-consuming and frustrating, so they made the Dyson Hard. This can tackle your hard floors, taking on both sweeping and mopping simultaneously. There is a suction channel in front and back of the wipe plate, so no dust bunny will be left behind. This does mean you’ll have to buy the corresponding wet wipes, but that’s no different than any other Swiffer-type mop. One sizable difference is that this has a Dyson V2 motor, and can detach to be a regular vacuum for high-up and in-between spots that normally require you to bring in the big vacuum. This isn’t available just yet, but you can expect it to be around $300+.