Is anyone else a bit uptight when it comes to keeping their car interior clean? What's the point in keeping the outside in mint condition if you're going to be careless about the carpet and upholstery? It's time to invest in a car vacuum cleaner to clean away pet hair, food crumbs, and more.
These mini vacuum cleaners come in handy, and I recommend keeping one in your trunk. Saving up quarters to take your car to the car wash can get tedious, it's best to just have a handheld vacuum cleaner in your car for small messes. Here are three of the best handheld vacuums for your car. (They're battery-powered, so ditch the extension cord.)
Best Mini Vacuum Cleaners for Cars
This handheld vacuum is under $40, and Amazon customers love it. The cordless handheld vacuum only weighs 13 ounces and has an extended run time. With a crevice tool and wide mouth design, I'd say it's perfect for cleaning car seats and tight spaces.
If you have children, siblings, or grandchildren, then you know that a child's car seat is full of Mcdonald's nuggets. This small vacuum will have your car (and their booster seat) looking brand new!
Vacuuming is no fun, but you'll be excited to put this bestseller to use and watch it suck up dirt, crumbs, and more. Hoover's lightweight vacuum can handle just about any mess.
A customer left a five-star review and said, "I have had a number of handheld vacuums and my older ones were always the best, and for ages no other was as good, until this Hoover ONEPWR."
If you take your four-legged friend out often, then you might need to go with this option. This hand vacuum provides powerful suction to clean up pet hair. The upholstery tool won't let you down. It's also bagless, which means you only have to empty the dirt bin to get rid of the pet hair.
Be sure to take advantage of the crevice tool for hard to reach areas. Major perk: There's no need to bring your extension cord outside! It uses a lithium-ion battery.
For more handheld cordless vacuums, visit Dyson.