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The Rainbow changed my life. 10 years ago we watched a demo of the rainbow, at the time they were selling for $1440.00. We loved wanted were willing to make the payments but could not get approved for financing. Luckly for use Rainbow had(has) a program where we could earn a rainbow by doing demonstrations and we would get paid also. So I went to my Rainbow training and sold the first rainbow I showed and won $500.00. There was a reson we could not get approved for financing, we were broke. I was hooked in one week I made 600 plus the 500 I won. Ten years later I still sell Rainbows, I have my own store and about 20 dealers working for me and we have a blast. If any of you are like me and just can't stand the 9 to 5 give Rainbow a try. I have meet friends traveled to other countries just had a blast. Anyway back to the machine. The Rainow actually cleans the air in your home as it runs. it does not blow dirt back in to your air like bag or filter type vacuums. It has been around for over 60 years and has an 8 year warranty.
I bought a Rainbo Vac a couple of months ago. Nothing about this vaccum is worth the hassle I have gone through. The company expects payments before bills are sent out. The customer representatives are rude and ignorant. They do not care about the cusomters satisfaction or happiness. I have never been more dissapointed in a product then this one. To use the vaccum itself becomes a hassle and is not worth the time. I vaccum that costs a fraction of the Rainbo is just as good and is not as hard to get ready to vaccum. Then they gave us a freshner to put in the water and release in the air. When the freshner got into the air it almost killed our cat from the chemicals. That just shows they can be harmful. They say they are not but please dont be fooled.
This is the ultimate cleaning machine, bar none. However, it is extremely expensive, $1600.00 and very cumbersome. Uses water which traps all dirt therefore it you don't have to vaccum or dust as frequently. Recommended for young people with large homes and a spare, but small, vacuum cleaner room for storage. I, however have a cottage style home with small rooms and this vacuum requires a room of its own for storage, or at least a closet to itself. It is too cumbersome for me to use, so my adult son vacuums my house with it weekly as I cannot manage it. I have two floors, and cannot take it upstairs by myself. It lives in my guest room in a corner with a HUGE box full of attachments I don't know how to use because once I wrote the check out for it I never heard from Rainbo again and the salesperson promised to come back to assist me with its usuage. I am now looking for a bagless, upright (lives in a closet corner when not in use), lightweight vacuum that I can use therefore freeing my children to enjoy their time visiting me, not worrying about their mother and her "ultimate cleaning machine". The Rainbo will only come out when my children wish to borrow it for their bi-annual, thorough cleanings.
You may be surprised to hear this but vacuum cleaners can be a serious health hazard. The problem is that when you use them, the dirt etc which they store inside contains all kinds of nasty germs and bacteria, which happily reproduce in the dark warm environment of the bag. When you use them, some of these blighters escape through the holes in the bag (all bags are porous to let the air flow through). This is why you can smell a nasty smell when emptying the bag. It's also the reason why you notice fine dust on top of you wardrobes etc, the dust is blown into the air by your vaccum. The Dyson doesn't use a bag, but it does have a filter which means it suffers from the same problem. The answer to this problem is the Rainbow - it has no bag or filter, but uses water to filter all the dirt out of the air it sucks in. As the air is passed through the water all the nasty things stay there - because the damp dirt cannot fly out of the exhaust. This makes the Rainbow excellent for cleaning, but also great for people with dust allergies and respiratory problems such as Asthma and Hay Fever. It comes with all manner of attachments from shampooers to hard floor cleaners. There are two drawbacks, the price, it is over £1000 and it is quite cumbersome and difficult to setup. The good news is that you find you don't need to clean as often because it gets rid of all the dirt and dust, whereas ither vacuums take in the large pices of dirt, and just blow them out of the exhaust as smaller particles, which you can't see until they land. If you have the money I would definately recommend getting one of these.