This is a sponsored post.
This is the last in a series of posts regarding the new Dyson DC35 Digital Slim vacuum. In my previous posts, I shared information about the features of the Dyson Digital Slim, and a behind the scenes look into the Dyson labs to see how Dyson creates some of their vacuums. This time, we were challenged to use the Dyson DC35 in as many different ways as we could think of.
Since you can use the Dyson Digital Slim as either a handheld vacuum or as an upright, you can easily use it to “sweep” the kitchen, pick up quick messes, and vacuum an entire room (or a couple). It’s also good for vacuuming against edges, such as under the kitchen cabinets and against baseboards. Another use is for reaching up high, such as for blinds, since it has a long wand that attaches to the handheld portion. But, something that came in real handy for us was the ability to use it to clean up messes in the car. Because it’s cordless and relatively small, it works good for cleaning up the crumbs, dirt, and miscellaneous things the floor of the car collects from going in and out.
We’re currently keeping the battery for the Dyson DC35 charged at all times so that we can have it readily available to use around the house or in the car. With baby boy having learned how to roll successfully both ways, he’s now a boy on the move around our family room floor. The Dyson is perfect for keeping the floor clean and quickly tidying it up before putting him down to have fun.
What areas in your house do you think the Dyson Digital Slim would help you with the most?
Disclosure: As a member of the Walmart Moms program, I was compensated for this post. As always, all opinions are my own.