Vacuums that use bags and filters
lose efficiency with each use
When dirt and dust pass through a
bag or filter, they can clog the
holes that allow air to flow through
Less airflow means less cleaning
Filters have to be replaced
regularly, and still send germs,
bacteria and dust back into the air
you breathe. Sufferers of breathing
disorders are especially
vulnerable. This can make any
vacuum very expensive over time.
Bagless systems do not work
Systems with collection bins still
rely on filters to catch particles of
dust and dirt that escape from the
bin. These clog just like any other
bag or filter.
Example: You are vacuuming and
you notice a piece of lint. You go
over it but it stays on the carpet.
You check: you have suction, but
You pick up the lint, throw it into
the hose and continue to vacuum.
If your vacuum cannot pick up a
piece of lint, it is not picking up dirt
either. The bag would be heavier
if it were actually getting the sand
and dirt out. Have you seen the
dirt left under your carpet? You
must have AIRFLOW to clean