Why You Should Consider Bagged Vacuum Cleaners
Although bagless vacuums have gained popularity, bagged vacuum cleaner devotees know that this traditional styled vacuum has its own benefits. If you are suffering from allergies/asthma, then bagged vacuum cleaner is a must. Because the bags are made of HEPA media, that will trap 99.97% of the dust and pollen in your carpeting. They are hygienic and minimize dust exposure when emptying.
If you are looking for a 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 bagless counterpart, which means less time emptying. The dirt cannot quit once it is in. With bagged vacuums, you don’t have to worry about getting your hands dirty while emptying your vacuum.
Remember: Low maintenance doesn’t mean zero maintenance. You’ve got 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 — but we try to make it as easy as possible for you to find them.
The bagged vacuum cleaner contains dirt inside a paper bag or cloth bag that protects you from breathing in the dirt when removing the collected dirt from your vacuum cleaner. The vast majority of dirt collected from your home is directed into the bag and then is filtered through the filtration process in the vacuum cleaner, this allows for more efficient suction power.
Air quality is very important in today’s world considering the massive amount of pollution emitted in our day to day life. Bagged machines allow for cleaner air to be exhausted back into your home.
It is important for Vacuum cleaner bags to be changed regularly to keep your vacuum running smoothly. The vacuum cleaner bag may be chosen depending on the type of cleaner, how often or how much the cleaner is used and the size of the bag itself. Excessive over-filling of a vacuum bag causes loss of suction, makes it difficult to remove from the cleaner, can result in breakage & spills and can cause permanent damage to the electric motor because of overheating.
To eliminate this small drawback of Bagged vacuums, we at Red Vacuums keep Vacuum bags stocked up for your convenience. We recommend you following MAYTAG bags.
The MAYTAG M1200 HEPA Media Vacuum Bag traps microscopic dust and allergic particles with its advanced HEPA filtration. It is very easy to install. It seals tightly to the vacuum to prevent dust from leaking into the bag compartment or in your home.
It contains MO2OR technology, which compacts just like no other vacuum. Along with that, the bag also provides exceptionally high capacity and durability.
Disposal of the bag is not at all a problem as it has "poof-proof" bags that seal automatically for clean and easy bag disposal.
The bag meets HEPA filtration standard of 99.97% efficiency at 0.3 microns.
It has rigid bag collar sides which slide easily into the bag frame and snaps to the vacuum. The bag seal automatically when removed to eliminate the dust common with regular bags and bagless vacuums. Every pack contains 6 bags.
The Maytag – M500 has advanced filtration HEPA media bags that lock in dust, debris and allergens.
It is easy to install, they seal tightly to the vacuum to prevent dust from leaking into the dust compartment or back into your home.
The "poof-proof" bags seal automatically for clean and easy bag disposal.
The Maytag – M700 bag meets HEPA filtration standard of 99.97% efficiency at 0.3 microns.
It has rigid bag collar sides which slide easily into the bag frame and snaps to the vacuum.
The bag seal automatically when removed to eliminate the dust common with regular bags and bagless vacuums.
Every pack contains 6 bags.
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