Clean up small messes with this sleek 1.3-pound cordless handheld vacuum

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You don’t need a big vacuum to clean up spilled cereal on the kitchen floor or crumbs on your keyboard. Instead, use this mini cordless vacuum that cleans up small messes fast.

The 1.3-pound Eufy HomeVac H11 is about the size of a wine bottle, yet it has a strong 5500Pa suction power and a washable filter that cleans up everyday spills on the first pass. Just point, press the on button and suck up the mess.

Shop: Eufy HomeVac H11, $39.88

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It comes with a 2-in-1 brush crevice tool, an extension nozzle and is small enough to fit into those hard-to-reach spaces, so you can get every spot clean.

The Eufy HomeVac H11 has 13-minutes of full-power run time, but it’s super easy to charge. Use a USB charger, like the one you probably have leftover from an old phone or your current one, and plug it in.

You can find the mini vacuum at Walmart for less than $40, where 100 percent of shoppers recommend it.

“Wow! This little thing sure does have a lot of power to it,” wrote one Walmart customer. “I used it for the first time last night after my daughter had spilled crackers on the floor and then sucked them, as well as the crumbs, right up within seconds.”

Keep the Eufy HomeVac H11 in the car, in the kitchen or anywhere else for fast and easy cleanup.

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