• The Great Vacuum Cleaner

    The Great Vacuum Cleaner

    A vacuum cleaner is an absolute must have home
    appliance these days.  All of us rely on our vacuum
    cleaner to help keep our homes free of dirt and dust,
    although how we go about it sometimes, doesn't
    give a lot of thought as to how efficient the
    vacuum cleaner really is.

    Before electric vacuums were created, home cleaning
    was a tedious task.  Back then, floors had to be
    cleaned with brushes, mops, and brooms.  Rugs and
    carpets had to be removed from the floor, hung up
    outdoors, and beaten to get the dust out.  Doing
    things this way involved a lot of time and effort
    and caused many health complaints.

    The earlier inventions of non electric floor cleaning
    devices made home cleaning much easier.  People
    started to look for ways to improve on the efficiency
    of these machines, which caused all types of
    contraptions to be invented.

    Throughout the 100 year history of the vacuum cleaner,
    there have been all sorts of improvements.  The
    very first electric vacuums were created in the
    early 1900s.  In 1908, the Hoover Company built
    the first electric vacuum cleaner that used a cloth
    filter bag and cleaning attachments as well.

    During the years that followed, many different
    designs and models were created, each one varying
    in weight, size, suction power, performance, and
    other features.  With all of the designs that came
    out, the upright vacuum cleaner remained to be the
    most popular.

    The latest upright vacuums that are available today
    will make cleaning a whole lot easier.  They are
    very light and versatile, and come in both bagged
    and bagless designs.  They also include tools that
    will help you remove dust from drapes, upholstery,
    and even get tricky and hard to reach places.

    By owning a bagless vacuum, you won't ever have
    to buy vacuum bags again.  When it comes time to
    empty the dirt container, you can empty it right
    into your garbage can.

    You'll want to do this out in your yard or on the
    street in order to prevent the dust from getting
    back into your house.  If you suffer from allergies,
    it's best to stay with a bagged unit.  With bagged
    vacuum cleaners, the dust will stay in a sealed
    bag and then when it gets full, you can easily
    dispose of it without being exposed to dust.

    When you buy a vacuum cleaner, it's very important
    to choose the best vacuum that will fit your home
    cleaning needs.  You'll also need to think about
    carpets and rugs, hard floors, even stairs before
    you purchase your vacuum.  This way, you'll be
    able to get the right vacuum with the right
    accessories for the job - which will save you a lot
    of time and effort when the time comes to clean your


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