Benefits Of Bagged Vacuum Cleaners
Most people think that bag less vacuums are a new thing but bag less vacuums were around before the bag was even created. The Kirby vacuum even used bag less features until the 1980’s. They stopped making them because they were really messy. You had to take the bag unit off and dump the dirt in your garbage and it was would get quite dirty. Plus over time the filtration in your bag would get clogged with dirt so you had to wash your cloth bag in the washing machine. So then someone came out with this great idea of just making a disposable bag that one could just throw away and you can avoid all of the mess. However the bag less vacuums has made a comeback and they are as popular as ever before.
There are many benefits of a bag less vacuum cleaner. The main reason is you don’t have to buy vacuum bags hence you save money. Then as your dirt chamber starts to get full you just have to remove it and dump it in the garbage. Another benefit is as your dirt chamber gets full your vacuum doesn’t lose suction power. Lastly you can actually see how much dirt your vacuum is picking up.
Advantages of a Bagged Vacuum Cleaner
Someone rightly said, old is gold; bagged vacuumed fans are aware that this traditional style comes with a hearty handful of benefits.
Bagged vacuums are ideal for allergy and/or asthma sufferers. Because the bags are made with HEPA - High-efficiency particulate air media, you’ll trap 99.97% of the dust and pollen in your carpeting. Plus, they’re hygienic and minimize dust exposure when emptying.
If you want low maintenance, then a bagged vacuum is for you. There’s no filter to clean or replace, and the dirt container typically has a larger capacity than a bag less counterpart, which means less time emptying.
Hygienic and Clean
With a bagged vacuum, once the dirt's in the bag, it's not coming out, and you never have to look at it again. Simply unzip your vacuum bag cover, pull out the sealed bag and toss it in the trash. Some bags even come with an automatic closing device that covers the inlet hole during the disposal process, providing even more dust protection for the user. Bagged vacuums are recommended for people with asthma or allergies.
More Efficient Suction
In bagged vacuum cleaners, air travels from the hose straight through the bag, through the motor and filters and out through the exhaust of the machine which allows for more efficient and powerful sucking.
Most of today’s newer bagged machines are compatible with ant-clog bags which greatly reduces the risk of the bag being clogged with dirt and reducing the suction power of your cleaner. This saves time, money and will help give your floors a more consistent clean.
Good vacuum cleaners come with an indicator light, all you have to do is to keep an eye on the indicator light that lets you know when your bag is full - an overfilled bag can weaken performance. And you’ll need to stay stocked up on bags.
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