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Hi Madeline. I did a brief review of the nv356e at the Amazon site, compared to the 360 (which I own).
The 356e claims to have a 9.5" vacuum path, while the 360 is 11". The 360 is 15 or so lbs, the 356e is 14 lbs. It appears the technology and mechanical functioning of the models are nearly identical. Attachments are… see more
Hi Madeline. I did a brief review of the nv356e at the Amazon site, compared to the 360 (which I own).
The 356e claims to have a 9.5" vacuum path, while the 360 is 11". The 360 is 15 or so lbs, the 356e is 14 lbs. It appears the technology and mechanical functioning of the models are nearly identical. Attachments are also similar. I own two of the 360s, which I bought from Target. I'm very happy with them. see less
Hi Madeline. I did a brief review of the nv356e at the Amazon site, compared to the 360 (which I own).
The 356e claims to have a 9.5" vacuum path, while the 360 is 11". The 360 is 15 or so lbs, the 356e is 14 lbs. It appears the technology and mechanical functioning of the models are nearly identical. Attachments are also similar. I own two of the 360s, which I bought from Target. I'm very happy with them.

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· December 18, 2014
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No No No Lol, do not use soap it will ruin the filter faster, it gets stuck in the micro fibers, I repair vacuums and Steamers and hear and see this all the time, wash filters w water only let dry 24 to 48 hrs, drying in sun is fine, completely dry before putting back in
you can use a scent tabs on the side top of the… see more
No No No Lol, do not use soap it will ruin the filter faster, it gets stuck in the micro fibers, I repair vacuums and Steamers and hear and see this all the time, wash filters w water only let dry 24 to 48 hrs, drying in sun is fine, completely dry before putting back in
you can use a scent tabs on the side top of the filter, also you can spray Lysol or disinfectant on the carpet {test small area to make sure no stain} and run the vacuum over it, and of course new filters, recommended every 2 years, if you have pets or kids or both every year, if cleaning service more often see less
No No No Lol, do not use soap it will ruin the filter faster, it gets stuck in the micro fibers, I repair vacuums and Steamers and hear and see this all the time, wash filters w water only let dry 24 to 48 hrs, drying in sun is fine, completely dry before putting back in
you can use a scent tabs on the side top of the filter, also you can spray Lysol or disinfectant on the carpet {test small area to make sure no stain} and run the vacuum over it, and of course new filters, recommended every 2 years, if you have pets or kids or both every year, if cleaning service more often

Baja Bandit
· November 10, 2018
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It's almost impossible to push. The only way I can make it work is by lifting the vacuum out in front of the area I'm trying to clean and pulling back in one stroke.
Brian M.
· April 29, 2019
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Is isnt self propelled but has really good suction so it isnt hard to push but you do have to pull it back harder than you push. It isnt hard either way but you will notice a difference. It is a really good vacuum, I love mine
nanna
· November 29, 2016
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no
Jo
· March 13, 2015
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Yes, it does. I was a bit skeptical when I first saw it, but it work great.
phasia2001
· July 27, 2015
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This is it! Pet hair and the very fine dust that comes with pets ! You’ll love it!
BSA
· March 21, 2019
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There is a red release button on the side of the machine toward the bottom. Push it and it comes right apart. It sets back in just as easily.
smudge
· May 26, 2016
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Yes
elise
· June 13, 2017
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Recently, I used the brush attachment to clean filters for an air conditioner. That is probably what I would do. But haven't cleaned fan bladed yet.
SMartian
· August 5, 2017