As some of you may know over the past month I’ve been trying out the new Dyson Digtial Slim that Walmart provided me. We heard how the Digital Slim gave my Spring Cleaning a kick start and some behind the scenes info on what goes into the making of a Dyson product. Today I’m going to share my thoughts on using the Digital Slim in my own home.
First lets talk about storage. The Dyson Digital Slim comes with a wall mount. Ideally I would like to store this machine in a closet but none of the closets in my house have outlets in them. So we opted to put ours on the wall in the most high traffic and most used space in our home, the kitchen! This makes grabbing the unit quick and easy because it’s in a central location in our home.
The Dyson Digital Slim comes with 3 attachments. A motorized brush head, a converting brush tool, and a slender crevice tool. With the long wand there is no bending over when having to clean the floor. Take the long wand off and one can use the Digital Slim with smaller attachments for precision spot cleaning. I think my favorite tool of all is the motorized brush head. This helps make cleaning up everyday messes in the kitchen (or any other floor in my home) really quick and easy. With two small kidlets in our home the messes at eating time are huge! The only thing I didn’t like about the motorized brush tool was that it wouldn’t pick up larger pieces of debris, for this I had to switch out tools in order to get it completely clean.
We’ve tried the Dyson Digital Slim in various places in our home. I liked that I was able to clean multiple rooms with one appliance. Not only was I able to clean my home but also my car as well. The Dyson Digital Slim has about a 15 minute charge for regular cleaning. What a broom and dustpan left behind the Digital Slim was there to rescue. Corners and crevices in the kitchen proved to be no match for the Digital Slim. I especially liked it for high traffic areas like the tracks on the sliding glass door that seem to collect all kinds of dirt from going in and out of the house.
Overall, I’ve been really impressed with the Digital Slim and all the things I’ve been able to do with it. Next on my list of things to clean with the Dyson….the drapes and tops of picture frames. And with summer quickly on it’s way, I’m sure we will be using the Dyson frequently to clean out the vents on the air conditioners as dust (and other yucky stuff) builds up there.
Do you have or tried a Dyson Digital Slim? What do you think of it?
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Disclosure: I am a Walmart Mom. This post is sponsored by Walmart. I have been compensated for my time and efforts in creating this post and was provided with a sample of the product mentioned in this post. I have not been told what to say, and as always my participation is voluntary & opinions are my own.