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My cat has worms how do i clean my house


My cat has worms how do i clean my house so my children dont get infected.

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Worms are very hard to remove. They live on the carpet and they are very slippery.

Your best bet would be to get carpet cleaner. We have a Dyson vacuum cleaner at our house. The cats and the kids love it. It really makes a difference.

Carpet cleaner is not recommended as it is dangerous. But it does a pretty good job of removing them. Make sure to use a high quality cleaning product and change your filter more often than you do right now.

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Your best bet would be to use a Dyson vacuum cleaner, and you can find one in this link:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003N0QH9Y/ref=p_rd_m_p_l_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&,psc=1&,refRID=6S1GZ4D1J5M7PZK3PQC6

and you should always change the filters more often than you do right now, and you can get them in this link:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003N0QH9Y/ref=p_rd_m_p_l_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&,psc=1&,refRID=6S1GZ4D1J5M7PZK3PQC6

or if you want to do it yourself, check this link:

https://www.amazon.com/Dyson-DC15-Cordless-Vacuum-S/dp/B005J1W4TK/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&,qid=1549091627&,sr=8-3&,keywords=dyson+15c

You can also get a Dyson v7 vacuume for like $1000 or less. The vacuume is pretty cheap, but the motor is pretty good for what it is. The Dyson's motor is very good and the suction is quite good. The Dyson vacuume is not a hand held vacuume, but you can get an extended corded version for about $80. http://www.amazon.com/Dyson-V7-H6-Dyson-Vacuum-S/dp/B005D5W5S2/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&,qid=1549091627&,sr=8-6&,keywords=dyson+v7+h6+dyson+vacuum

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I think i'll have to look at those prices and see if they are something I'd really be wanting, but thanks for the heads up.

I think i'll have to look at those prices and see if they are something I'd really be wanting, but thanks for the heads up.

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i thought they were kind of expensive for a no name brand, but thats why i said it depends on what you want. I was wondering why they charge $1000 for the vac, when you can get a pretty good one for like $200? I guess the big names are just in it for the brand.

My old Dyson DC59 didn't have all that amazing of a suction but at least it kept the carpet and rugs vacuumed...

I have a Dyson DC02 which is really nice. I don't have a problem with either one, though I prefer the way the vacuum picks up with this one. Maybe you just need a bit more time to break them in (or have something else break in for you). My DC02 is less than a year old and it's fantastic.

I have a Dyson DC02 which is really nice. I don't have a problem with either one, though I prefer the way the vacuum picks up with this one. Maybe you just need a bit more time to break them in (or have something else break in for you). My DC02 is less than a year old and it's fantastic.

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I guess I'll have to start a thread on my problems with my Dyson Vac...I had a Dyson Ball which was great, but I got a new apartment (with two cats and a two dogs in tow) and it made things way more complicated to vacuum my dog hair everywhere.

i thought they were kind of expensive for a no name brand, but thats why i said it depends on what you want. I was wondering why they charge $1000 for the vac, when you can get a pretty good one for like $200? I guess the big names are just in it for the brand.

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Probably because it's their best and it's a big name. I've always gone with the "best/high end" brand (Dyson, Eureka, etc), but I didn't realize that you'd pay a pretty penny for the name alone.

I guess I'll have to start a thread on my problems with my Dyson Vac...I had a Dyson Ball which was great, but I got a new apartment (with two cats and a two dogs in tow) and it made things way more complicated to vacuum my dog hair everywhere.

i thought they were kind of expensive for a no name brand, but thats why i said it depends on what you want. I was wondering why they charge $1000 for the vac, when you can get a pretty good one for like $200? I guess the big names are just in it for the brand.

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Probably because it's their best and it's a big name. I've always gone with the "best/high end" brand (Dyson, Eureka, etc), but I didn't realize that you'd pay a pretty penny for the name alone.

i was told you can replace the filters and blades for $150, i don't see why you can't just spend the $150 and replace them after you figure out you need them instead of paying someone to do it for you.

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The problem is you're not sure you'll need to replace the filters and blades. If they're already worn out, you're basically throwing away the whole machine. And if you do replace the filters, you still have to clean the unit afterward, unless you get some type of built-in pre-cleaning. But the big names are in it for the name alone. And the high end ones are the same price and get better results because they're more expensive. So the difference is in the quality of the appliance and the price.

I've never heard that the filter and the blade can be replaced for $150. As for the Dyson, I've only owned the older models, which were the original DC24


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