High-tech vacuums, robotic mops, and vacuum cleaners are enjoying a moment in a world that is rife with a pandemic. I was eager to test it out. I’m a person who has tried many cutting-edge gadgets, so I wasn’t expecting to be amazed when I pulled the trigger to activate it. Dyson’s $700 V15 Detect features a laser that illuminates dust normally inaccessible to the human eye. The laser revealed that every inch of the house’s floor was covered in dog fur. This shocked me. I vacuum the house regularly and sometimes get help from a professional to keep him company. VideoI couldn’t see it after I had done all that. It was almost like Neo seeing the Matrix. But instead of green lines of codes, it was dog fur. Instead of being able to fly, I was diagnosed with an obsessive-compulsive disorder. Dyson’s laser-equipped vacuum is a recent example of cleaning tech. These products are designed to make household hygiene as easy and efficient as possible. This is an important category of technology because of the recent pandemic. Many of us spend a lot of time at home and create messes that never seem like they will go away. Robot cleaners, for example, are great for busy commuters, but not for professionals who work from home and would be disrupted by the noise. Robot cleaners are great for busy commuters, but not for professionals who work from home. “There are so many people that will put it on before leaving for work and return to a beautifully vacuumed house,” she said of cleaning robots. It doesn’t have the same effect for someone who works remotely. I found that there are many convenient ways to incorporate these cleaning tools into our daily lives. The Dyson Laser VacuumThe V15 Detect is the latest stick vacuum from Dyson. It was unveiled last year. It is easy to get started: Charge the battery, attach the cleaning head to the stick, and then press a button. The laser-equipped roller attachment for hardwood is the one. Night vacuuming is possible with this attachment. The laser will be more visible the darker the carpet. A carpet attachment includes a cutter that cuts hair. This makes it easier to vacuum than carrying a heavy corded vacuum around. The sticks were used as a secondary cleaner for a full-size vacuum due to their weak suction and short battery life. The V15 Detect’s motor is significantly stronger and has a stronger suction than the Dyson V6 stick vacuum that was released in 2015. The battery lasted for 40 minutes before it needed to be charged, enough time to clean my small home. My V6 lasted only 15 minutes. The Dyson’s suction wasn’t as strong as the Miele bagged vacuum. After two weeks of vacuuming hardwood floors with the stick, I was able to stop using the full-size vacuum. The robots use cameras, sensors, and artificial intelligence to map your home. Once the map is created, you can label each area and tell the robots where to go. It took several runs for the Roomba J7+ to create a map of my house. It kept missing my master bedroom. Only after I picked it up and started it up there did it add it to its map. The Braava Jet mop was even more finicky. It was unable to coast across the wood gap because it was trying to cross a wood gap. They suggested that I adjust the threshold settings to help the robot navigate over floor transitions. The robot rode onto my living room floor rug without hesitation. It was a hassle. The best solution for me was to share the Roomba map with the Braava jet and instruct the mop not to mop in areas like the bathroom or kitchen. VideoI found that this was the best way to work from home. So, the next time I went out to walk my dogs or go to the grocery store I told the Roomba that it would vacuum the bedroom and then the Braava Jet would mop the kitchen. The Roomba was able to clean specific rooms and avoid colliding with objects like sneakers, which impressed me especially. It also added the ability to clean specific rooms and avoid stumbling on objects like sneakers. Angle stated that robot vacuums and cleaners can’t replace manual cleaning. They are too small and too slender to reach the top of staircases because of their shape and size. These cleaning tools are expensive at $450 to $850. It makes cleaning much easier and encourages you to vacuum more often. There are also cheaper alternatives to the V15 Detect. The sister publication of The New York Times, Wirecutter, which tests products, recommends Stick Vacuums from Black & Decker or Tineco, which range in price from $150 to $400. Although they lack a laser, they are still very useful. They can be a boon during a pandemic or any other situation where there is less chore.