Still vacuuming your own floors? Today’s robotic vacuums have more sophisticated, convenient technology than ever before, including sensors and suctions that can handle multiple types of messes and floors. If you’re still using a traditional vacuum, you could be living a much easier life by outsourcing your work to a programmable helper.
Here are just a few things that a robotic vacuum could do for you:
Save You Time by Steering and Recharging Itself
Robotic vacuums are self-powered and self-steering, sending themselves across your floors while you save your time and strength for other tasks. However, you may not realize just how little is required from you.
Unlike the earliest versions of these automatic cleaning machines, iClebo robotic vacuums don’t need your help to avoid obstacles, reach new rooms, or get every spot, either. State-of-the-art navigation technology includes sensors that collect data about the environment in order to map out and follow the most efficient, thorough path. These sensors make it possible for your robotic vacuum to avoid falls, adjust suction power for different terrain, climb door sills and uneven floors, and even return to its charging station.
Prevent Dust and Dander Buildup in Your Home
Dust contains more than just harmless dead skin cells. Dusty buildup also includes dander, pollen, microscopic germs, and other allergens and pollutants that make your air quality worse – and make you and your family more likely to get sick.
Opt for a robotic vacuum with a high efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter, which sucks up these tiny particles and prevents them from redistributing throughout the air and settling in your home. Instead of dusting on a daily basis or breathing in irritants, program your vacuum to trap these tiny, leftover particles as fast as they accumulate.
Eliminate the Need for Extra Accessories and Supplies
When you mop, sweep, and vacuum by hand, you need multiple tools and cleaning supplies to clean every floor. Traditional vacuums have even more accessories, including brushes and parts that must be switched for different types of floors. Robotic vacuums, on the other hand, know how to adjust their power and cleaning method as they encounter different surfaces. Every iClebo vacuum, from the iClebo Pop to the state-of-the-art Omega, can move seamlessly from hardwood to carpet floors, and many are multipurpose robot vacuums that actually double as wet mops.
Ready to upgrade to a robot vacuum? Contact us to learn more about your time-saving, dust-collecting, mop-replacing options today