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Do you have a separate cheap vacuum for pesach?



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amother
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Post Mon, Apr 15 2024, 2:14 pm
Or just sweep for the week and call it a day?
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amother
NeonOrange


 

Post Mon, Apr 15 2024, 2:19 pm
amother OP wrote:
Or just sweep for the week and call it a day?


Why can't you use your regular vacuum on pesach?
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amother
Pink


 

Post Mon, Apr 15 2024, 2:21 pm
I always just empty out my vacuum.... do you need a seperate vacuum?
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amother
SandyBrown


 

Post Mon, Apr 15 2024, 2:40 pm
amother Pink wrote:
I always just empty out my vacuum.... do you need a seperate vacuum?
Not unless you also pull up your floor tiles to clean under them. JK. Relax, your regular vacuum is fine. Empty the bin or the bag and call it a day.
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amother
Daphne


 

Post Mon, Apr 15 2024, 4:45 pm
Op- im not understanding your post....
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amother
Blonde


 

Post Mon, Apr 15 2024, 4:46 pm
Why would you even need a new vacuum?
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shabbatiscoming




 
 
    
 

Post Mon, Apr 15 2024, 4:49 pm
amother OP wrote:
Or just sweep for the week and call it a day?

We use the same vacuum as the rest of the year. Change bags or clean out container. No need for a new one.
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amother
Trillium


 

Post Mon, Apr 15 2024, 4:58 pm
On the same note,

Do you have separate linen sets for pessach? Do you have separate toilets? Separate baby strollers? Are people taking pessach to the next level? What’s wrong with them?
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amother
Teal


 

Post Mon, Apr 15 2024, 5:13 pm
I’m the type of person that has everything the same as all year. I eat foods that are kosher and I mish and I really don’t mind pesach. Then marriage happened and in laws don’t eat anything that grew under the sun, is edible, is green, has peels, and so on. I respect it and I respect husband for keeping to these standards but I can’t.

MY POINT IS I don’t ask, what happened? Why all the insanity? Why this and that?

I smile and nod, and eat my bought chocolate with coffee!
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Busybee5




 
 
    
 

Post Mon, Apr 15 2024, 5:23 pm
amother Trillium wrote:
On the same note,

Do you have separate linen sets for pessach? Do you have separate toilets? Separate baby strollers? Are people taking pessach to the next level? What’s wrong with them?


Be nice. You don't know if op is a BT and still learning things. Come on, it's not that far fetched considering the other crazy things we turn ourselves into pretzels for! (Or not cos they're chometz 😉)
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essie14




 
 
    
 

Post Mon, Apr 15 2024, 11:39 pm
No. I empty the canister. Nothing in your vacuum is edible anymore.
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amother
Crystal


 

Post Mon, Apr 15 2024, 11:46 pm
Busybee5 wrote:
Be nice. You don't know if op is a BT and still learning things. Come on, it's not that far fetched considering the other crazy things we turn ourselves into pretzels for! (Or not cos they're chometz 😉)


Exactly. People are nasty on here sometimes, over an innocent question!
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amother
Lavender


 

Post Tue, Apr 16 2024, 1:39 am
Yes we do
It was a job to clean the regular 1
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amother
Snapdragon


 

Post Tue, Apr 16 2024, 2:13 am
I don’t use mine on pesach
Too complicated to clean the bristles and brushes and the hose
Really not a big deal, we’re only talking about chol hamoed here
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LovesHashem




 
 
    
 

Post Tue, Apr 16 2024, 2:30 am
Mine is a wet and dry vaccum with cleaning solution. Nothing in there is edible
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amother
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Post Tue, Apr 16 2024, 1:14 pm
Wow, I feel like I just got my head bitten off for a simple Q. It was an innocent Q.

A rabbi of mine mentioned in a shiur that vacuums can be very hard to clean out and it may just be best to put away for pesach. My babysitter is obsessed with my vacuum so thats why I asked if anyone has a separate one - prob a stupid Q esp this year bc it's true, only a couple days of CH, but I haven't made pesach that many times and I'm still learning and also getting overwhelmed trying to make sure I remember all that there is to clean, put away, buy, etc.

So thank you to the people who were nice with their responses - if everyone could relax a little and be a little nicer it would be appreciated.

And fyi I did not grow up totally frum, my family is traditional and although they made Pesach in the way they knew how, there's plenty they don't do/know so sometimes reaching out to fellow friends or frum posts can be helpful as there's so much to do for pesach and I don't have a mother to ask.
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