Hoover Paws & Claws

Review- Hoover Paws & Claws Vacuum Cleaner

Hoover Paws & Claws

This post is created in partnership with Godfreys

Vacuums- we spend our lives finding a decent one that can pick up all the kid detritus left in the wake of our little darlings, and the pets! As part of that quest, I have been sent a Hoover Paws & Claws bagless vacuum for review, thanks to Godfreys.

Paws & Claws review- the basics

The Hoover Paws & Claws retails for $299, but it available for only $99 at the Stocktake Sale.  It is a cyclonic bagless vacuum, with HEPA filtration, which works by forcing air through a fine mesh that traps harmful particles such as pollen, pet dander, dust mites, and tobacco smoke. This is the same filtration used by most air purifiers. So, it’s perfect for family members with allergies.

Hoover Paws & Claws

It’s powerful and picks up pet fur and kid mess with no problem. So, what does it come with? It comes with the bagless barrel and wand, a combination floor tool for carpet and hard floors, a 2-in-1 brush for blinds and upholstery, a crevice tool for hard to reach places and a mini hand turbo bush to pick up pet hair from your furniture and upholstery.

So, let’s see how it goes:


Hoover Paws & Claws

No problem on the carpet- it picks up the dirt (and the cat hair) very easily. It’s easy to push but it has good suction.

Hard floorHoover Paws & Claws

Great on the hard floor- it picks up all those bits of food under the table, which is what I require! I can vacuum every day and still not get on top of it.


Hoover Paws & Claws

The mini hand turbo brush does well on the couch. The clear cover means I can see all the dirt and hair being sucked up, which is very satisfying!

Verdict: This is a fantastic vacuum for its price. It does the job, does it well and won’t break the bank!

You can pick up a Hoover Paws & Claws for only $99 at the Godfreys Stocktake Sale, which runs until the 31st January. Visit www.godfreys.com.au  













2 thoughts on “Review- Hoover Paws & Claws Vacuum Cleaner

  1. James

    Great Review!

    I found that the combination brush mostly pushed things around my tiles without really sucking them up – worked fine on carpet though.

    The two-in-one brush was impossible to stop falling apart at any attempted use, and the scream of the turbo-brush spinning up was enough to upset the dogs anywhere in the house.

    When fully cleaned, it had good suction, but the filters clogged quickly and need regular recleaning.

    but hey, I didn’t get mine for free, so I guess I’m more likely to spot the flaws 😉


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