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HEALTHY, WEALTHY & WISE January 2020 Published exclusively for clients of Service First Restoration Which Vacuum Cleaner is Really BEST? Hoover, Eureka, Kirby, Dyson, Oreck, Bissel, Electrolux, Rainbow and Miele. Most of these are household names thanks to relentless marketing on TV, in magazines, and at retail stores. There are many more brands of vacuum cleaners besides these. Every one of them wants you to believe that they have the best vacuum cleaner on the market. There are different styles of vacuum cleaners; upright, canister, backpack and cordless stick-type machines that use a variety of methods to capture particulates. Cyclonic filtration, bags, bag- less, HEPA filtration and even filters that utilize water to remove dust particles from the processed air are available. And those commercials! You’ll see demonstrations of vacuum cleaners picking up everything from Cheerios to bowling balls. But before you buy into the marketing hype, you should know Christian Rovsek CEO & Founder (949) 610-9251 [email protected] that there is a far more objective way to choose a vacuum clean- er. Since 2005, the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) in cooperation with independent testing laboratories has used technology developed for the NASA space program for testing the effec- tiveness of vacuum cleaners. The program is called Carpet and Rug Institute Seal of Approval (CRI-SoA). The CRI-SoA measures 3 important performance aspects of a vacuum cleaner: See “BEST” on next page Ryan Coffelt Account Executive (949) 877-9730 [email protected] Russell Holmes Sales Executive (949) 306-0806 [email protected]