About Big Boss Squeegee Vacuum

Big Boss Squeegee Vacuum claims to provide you with streak-free, drip-free, “sparkling results,” whether you’re cleaning windows, mirrors, spills, showers—or even your car!

The cordless Squeegee Vacuum works by creating a water tight seal that sucks water and grime straight into its EZ-Empty canister, which can be emptied without ever getting your hands dirty. Squeegee Vacuum also features an easy-to-grip handle, making it simple to use, and the lithium ion battery means that it’s rechargeable.

Almost no one likes cleaning, which is why you want to know if Squeegee Vacuum can help you do it faster and easier. To get answers to all your important questions, let’s start with the basics.

How Does Squeegee Vacuum Work?

The idea behind the Big Boss Squeegee Vacuum is fairly simple.

Like a regular squeegee, Squeegee Vacuum’s rubber tip pulls water away from the surface. Unlike a normal squeegee though, the Big Boss uses suction to help ensure no water escapes on the sides, which can help prevent messes and streaks.

After water is pulled inside Squeegee Vacuum, it’s deposited into the EZ-Empty canister, which can be emptied later without getting your hands dirty.

As cool as this might be, is the basic idea behind Squeegee Vacuum anything new?

Similar Options To Squeegee Vacuum

Are devices like this new? Yes. Does this mean that the Squeegee Vacuum is unique? No.

The first electric or cordless squeegee was the Karcher PowerSqueegee, which was released in September 2014. They say that imitation is the highest form of flattery, and Karcher must be pretty flattered, because numerous nearly identical products have made their way to market since that time.

To see just how many different companies make electric window cleaners, you can take a quick trip over to Alibaba, or check out our Window Vac review. Did you notice how similar many of these are to Squeegee Vacuum?

What’s this mean? When it comes to cordless window cleaners, you have a lot of options. Be sure you do all your research (you’re off to a great start!).

Squeegee Vacuum’s Lithium Ion Battery

Now, let’s talk power.

Compared to nickel-cadmium batteries, lithium-ion batteries generally provide more power, require less maintenance, and tend to be useful in a wider range of applications. However, they also tend to age faster than nickel-cadmium and can cost more to produce.

We’re not told about Squeegee Vacuum’s power output, although most lithium-ion batteries are either 3.7 or 4.2V. And there’s not much of a difference between the two.

From a performance perspective, lithium-ion batteries take about 45 minutes to recharge and can be recharged 300-500 times before needing to be replaced.

Taken together, this means you should expect some fairly good performance from Squeegee Vacuum’s battery, as long as it’s of decent quality. But is this realistically what you can expect?

Who Makes the Squeegee Vacuum?

Squeegee Vacuum is manufactured by Big Boss, an “As Seen on TV” company that focuses mainly on housewares, including Insta Mop, Healthy Press, Aqua Stream, and more.

HighYa readers have given these products an average rating of 2.5 stars. While some consumers seem to have been pleased with their products, common complaints revolved around failure to work as advertised, poor quality, and difficult customer service experiences.

Will you experience the same with Squeegee Vacuum? There’s no way to know in advance, although you might want to keep it in mind.

What you can know advance is price, which is what we’ll cover next.

Squeegee Vacuum Pricing & Refund Info

Squeegee Vacuum is priced at three payments of $19.95 (or a single payment of $59.85), plus free shipping. With your order, you’ll also receive a spray bottle with microfiber head.

Note: The Squeegee Vacuum commercial mentions that you can speak with someone about ordering a 46” extension pole, but this option wasn’t available on their website when we attempted to check out.

Big Boss offers a 30-day refund policy on all Squeegee Vacuums, less S&H charges. In order to request one, you’ll need to contact customer service at 866-783-8203.

Will Squeegee Vacuum Make Cleaning Easier?

Will Squeegee Vacuum’s suction provide you with a streak-free shine? Sure, it’s possible. Is it worth your money? This depends on your expectations.

First, keep in mind that as long as you do some minimal preparation, it’s very easy to prevent streaks—and messes—with a traditional squeegee. Not only could this save you some money, but it’s always fun to learn a new skill!

Pro tip: Remember that the product you’re using can also cause streaking!

Next, even with the Big Boss Squeegee Vacuum, it’s still easy for water to spill over the sides, creating a mess and streaking your surfaces. This can occur if there’s too much moisture present, or if you pull Squeegee Vacuum too quickly so that the suction can’t keep up.

Finally, if you think Squeegee Vacuum can help give your car a streak-free shine, this might not always be the case.

As we mentioned above, if too much water is present (like after washing your car), the suction won’t be able to suck it up fast enough. Also, squeegees are intended for use on flat surfaces (which is probably why the manufacturer included a Jeep Wrangler in the product’s commercial), and might not be ideal on the curved surfaces of most cars.

In short? Cordless squeegees are super cool and might provide more effective cleaning, but they’re not cheap. Even the Big Boss Squeegee Vacuum is roughly $60, which is about the same price as much of the competition.

But the competition can generally be purchased from local big box home improvement stores, which might help save money on S&H charges (as well as a great deal of potential hassle) if you’re dissatisfied. 

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