Hardwood floors give a facelift to your living space, but you have to make little maintenance sacrifices. That means a good cleaning regimen, including an excellent vacuum for hardwood floors.
You might be wondering what type of vacuum would do an excellent job for your floors? First off, you need a vacuum with soft bristles; you should avoid vacuums that have brush rollers. While they clean other types of flooring nicely, they usually leave tiny scratches on hardwood floors.
If you would want a vacuum that has a brush roller, make sure your hardwood vacuum either has attachments for carpet vs. hardwood function or an option to turn the brush-roll off. A good hardwood vacuum will also have strong suction to better get into the crevices between the wood planks.