• Vacuum Cleaner Bags

    Vacuum Cleaner Bags

    Everything that a vacuum picks up, no matter what
    type it may be, needs to be deposited somewhere -
    normally in a vacuum cleaner bag.

    Back in 1920, the Air Way Sanitizer Company of
    Ohio introduced the first vacuum cleaner with a
    disposable vacuum bag.  Until that time, the bags
    for vacuum cleaners resembled the type of bags that
    golfers used to carry their clubs.  They were
    somewhat heavy and awkard devices made out of
    thick, stiff canvas, designed to be very flexible
    and still keep dust and debris from the carpets
    from escaping out into the air.

    The improvements made by the Air Way Sanitizer
    disposable vacuum bag went a long way toward
    improving the effectiveness of the vacuum cleaner.
    Made out of paper, the bag was designed to fit
    inside of the cloth bag.  Not only did it make
    cleaning the vacuum easier, but it also kept the
    insides of the stationary bag clean at all times
    so that less of the dust and debris could be
    blown out of the vacuum and make its way through
    the home again.

    In the beginning, each manufacturer designed
    their own disposable vacuum cleaner bag made out
    of different types of paper.  You couldn't
    interchange the bags from one machine to the next,
    as the fittings were different sizes with
    different configurations for the opening of the
    intake.  Manufacturers who were once very
    dependant on the sales of their machines had now
    discovered an entirely new territory for the
    disposable bags, and once again sales went through
    the roof.

    Before, a housewife had her vacuum cleaner and
    the only thing it needed was to be cleaned and
    serviced every now and then.  If the man of the
    house was around, the job normally went to him.
    After a while, repair shops that specialized in
    vacuum cleaners began to pop up all over the

    These days, there are very few vacuum cleaners
    that use bags.  Bagless is the way to go these days,
    and for good reason.  What was once a revolution
    in household cleaning, is now rapidly fading away
    and fast.

    Models such as the Cyclone or Dirt Devil, are
    now using cylinder technology to store the dirt
    and dust.  When you have finished vacuuming, you
    simply empty the cylinder into the trash.  Vacuum
    bags can be very frustrating, which is why
    millions of people are using bagless vacuums.

    If you own a vacuum cleaner that uses bags, you
    should look into upgrading it.  Bagless vacuums
    will save you time, money, and replacement.  If
    you've grown tired of the bags, now is the time
    to get a better vacuum.

    Not only do the bagless models have more power,
    but they will also save you quite a few trips to
    the store and the closet.  They don't cost a lot
    of money either, and they are the perfect addition
    to any household.


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