My carpet cleaner finally died. After years of pulling up dirt and dog dander, it simply went kaput. I went straight to the Internet and began to search for the best but also one that would not break my bank account. I found thousands of options and so few trustworthy reviews.
The cleaners that caught my eye seemed to lack in reviews, and the ones that screamed too pricey would have hundreds of testimonials. By the end of the several hour search, I found myself still undecided. I also began to question everything I read. At least half of the vacuum carpet cleaner’s reviews seemed to be repetitive, and the writing styles were the same.
In a moment of absurd thought, I started to consider trying them out and returning them if they did not work out. But the more research I did, the more I realized that was not an option either. I needed a list. This https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1D_ONEbk-s-Q9R9YA_qbRv21PeTzp3K5ZlTVussdB_ZM/edit#gid=0 of my options that I could trust.
I found that an organized catalog was much easier than using a search engine or an online marketing rating system. I was able to watch the carpet cleaners’ in action and garner information that descriptions simply do not have, much less reviews. The difficulty of finding a credible resource can cause significant stress. But there are ways to alleviate the anxiety of making an expensive puchase.
I have learned to read reviews carefully and thoughtfully. Slowly, I am finally forming a short list of which cleaner I plan on purchasing.