Rainbow Vacuum Reviews

Rexair LLC manufactures the Rainbow Cleaning System. Rexair operates as a multi-level marketing group. The Rainbow Cleaning System has been around for about 70 years and there have been a number of versions. The “stand-out” feature of the system is its water-based filtration. The system can be used on hard floors or carpet and it is known to be a little maintenance intensive. It is also certified by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Rainbow Cleaning Systems tend to be quite expensive.

Rainbow Vacuums - An Overview


The Rainbow vacuum cleaner has been a staple of the American home for the last seventy years and has a wide variety of functions and features.   Their cleaning systems use water-based filtration to trap dirt and the company uses the catch phrase “Wet dust can’t fly” in it’s marketing materials.  The company does not make a wide range of cleaning systems and instead provides only one at any given time.

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