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PostPosted: 21 Jan 2016, 04:21 
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I am not a fan of the Dysons, I always found them to be overpriced. But I have been using the Shark Navigator. I am allergic to cats and we have a cat in our home (I know, don't ask) the Shark Navigator has done a great job at picking up all of the cat hairs and the Hepa filter combined with the anti-allergen feature has almost stopped my sneezing and runny eyes.

I found it from this site http://www.vacuumcleanerbuzz.com/buying-guides/best-vacuum-for-allergies/ it was one they recommended to me.

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What do you guys think about the Dyson V6 in terms of allergy? It's rated highly here http://www.vacuumtop.com/best-vacuum-for-allergies/ but I'm not sure if it's allergy approved or not.


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PostPosted: 25 Jan 2016, 20:11 
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Do you mind giving me some advice?

I'm looking for a vacuum cleaner which manages to catch House Dust Mite, Dog Allergen and Fungi. I read some reviews about which sort of vacuum would be better for allergy people, Water Filtered Vacuum Cleaners, bagged or bagless vacuums, but I didn't get any conclusion.

On nilfisk web I saw they show your seal, but I couldn't find in your products and services listing any reference about that brand.
https://consumer.nilfisk.es/es/Products ... =107413386


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PostPosted: 26 Jan 2016, 11:25 
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Hi CLARA,

My name is Steph and I am from Allergy UK,

I have checked this product with our endorsements team and it has been endorsed by us. It is not currently on our website as we are waiting for some information from them before we can put it on the website.

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