My kids are getting to the age where they should really start helping out with chores around the house. Kids can help clean. Little things like dusting, putting their own clothes away, and a few others. One chore that was a little hard for them before was vacuuming. Our regular vacuum is a little bulky and rather heavy for them. We used to have a smaller stick/hand vac but the battery life went down so we had to get rid of it. The Shark Rocket® Powerhead is the perfect solution.
Kids Can Help Clean with Shark Rocket® Powerhead
- Weighs a total of nine pounds, not including the cord, and less than one pound in hand when vacuuming
- Interchangeable brushrolls are easy to assemble and clean via innovative roller garage
- Carpet & Floor Brush and Gentle Touch Hard Floor Brushroll clean carpets, rugs and hard floor surfaces
- Fingertip Controls for easy transitions between hard floors, carpet and area rugs
- Multi-position adjustable heights tailored to personal preference and compact storage
- Breakthrough engineering combines motor and dust cup in the head of the vacuum, reducing airflow path and maximizing efficiency and power
- Available at all major retailers nationwide in August, starting at $169 MSRP
Now this is a vacuum that is lightweight enough for the kids to push around. They can even carry it up the stairs to go clean their room. Mom likes that it has the interchangeable brushes so that we can switch between the harder bristles for our carpet, then easily switch to the softer bristles for our hardwood/laminate. My kids have already done a number on our floor with skates and scooters so it is nice to have vacuum that will be gentle yet still clean my floors. After all between kids and dog, our floors get dirty fast.
The kids now see it as a fun chore to get the Shark Rocket Powerhead out once a day and do quick clean ups versus waiting and it being harder to clean. Now I have to see what other things the kids can help clean.. haha
If you are looking for a lightweight everyday vacuum that can handle the messes your kids make then I highly suggest the Shark Rocket Powerhead. Put it on your Christmas list today! Oh and if your kids tend to easily break things like mine, Shark offers replacement parts on their website as well!