Get rid of dirt, junk and crumbs: The best car vacuum cleaners
Get one of these car vacuum cleaners and your car's interior will thank you for it!
Where do you start with a car vacuum cleaner? Like many other car accessories, there seems to be a myriad of choice from all sorts of different brands. With that in mind, I've put together this guide to some of the best pint-sized vacuum cleaners available. These should be able to get into any tricky little nooks and crannies inside your car, as well as getting rid of all the horrible mud, dirt and dust that gathers over time.
This offering by Nulaxy seems to be a really good starting point in the world of car vacuum cleaners. It's not that expensive, it's easy to carry around, it's got a super long cord and a detachable and washable filter. The transparent dirt container makes it very easy to see when the vacuum is full and it also comes with three different nozzle tools and an extension tube. All in all, not a bad package!
Black & Decker kickstarted the car vacuum cleaner market with the original Dustbuster and this is the latest evolution of that concept. It's a great looking, super portable vacuum that isn't too expensive. If you want something from a reliable brand you can trust, you can't go wrong with getting something from the company that innovated it all in the first place!
Can car vacuum cleaners look funky and interesting? Well, this one by Topwolf definitely does! Its spaceship-look vacuum is well priced and only takes 3hrs to fully charge as it's got the latest lithium-ion battery tech. It has all the different nozzles you could possibly need, too!
I didn't know Vax made a car vacuum cleaner until now, but it does! Better known for their big carpet cleaning machines, is this much more portable vacuum any good? Well, it looks like it should be. It's swishly styled with its orange and white colour scheme, it's good value for money at and it weighs only 1.3kg! It also has "Gator mouth technology", making the emptying process a lot less messy. Sounds good, I'd say!
This Draper looks very... odd, for a car vacuum cleaner. Despite its weird looks, it does come with all the accessories you should need and it's apparently very lightweight. You can also buy an additional flexible hose for a few extra quid. Whilst it might look weird, it's certainly capable!
Like the Vax I mentioned earlier, the Makita is another surprise entry! The Japanese manufacturers are best known for making power tools, specifically the electric drills used by the rock band Mr. Big to create their hit song "Daddy, Brother, Lover, Little Boy (The Electric Drill Song)" (they actually had an endorsement with Makita at the time). This vacuum has the typical Makita aesthetic which is no bad thing at all and, because it's made by a manufacturer of power tools, you know it's going to be durable as anything.