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    Bagged versus bagless

     

    Bagged Versus Bagless As with most things in life, there is really nothing free. The two most claimed advantages to bagless vacuum cleaners were lower operating costs and better performance. As far as the cost issues go, all vacuums must filter the exhausting air they use to carry the dirt into the collection area, as they would otherwise simply pick the dirt up from the floor and spit it right back out. Whether you have a bagless HEPA filter, a pre-filter, or disposable bags, they all need to be changed at some point. With the average life of a vacuum cleaner, you can expect to spend the same on either collection system for filters, but if you value your time, you can expect to spend quite a bit more on a bagless system. To keep your bagless vacuum cleaner operating at peak levels, you'll need to empty the dirt container when it is full and perform regular maintenance on the filter. The type of filter the vacuum uses will determine just how much service will be required, although most use a pleated HEPA filter. Cleaning Even though the claim of better airflow performance with bagless vacuums is true in a sense, over the life of the vacuum you'll get the same, or maybe even better performance from a bagged vacuum cleaner system. With bagged vacuum cleaners, the performance will start at 100% with each new bag then slowly drop as the bag starts to fill. Just how quickly the performance drops depends on how well the bag is constructed. With the average vacuum and the average bag, you may replace the bag every 3 - 4 weeks with 90% of performance the first week, 70% in weeks 2 and 3, then 50% of less in the fourth week. The short cycle will insure that you get a 100% peak cleaning every 3 or 4 weeks from the vacuum cleaner. The filtered cyclonic machines have filters that are designed to last 6 months, 12 months, and even up to 18 months before they need to be replaced. Pets If you have dogs or cats, whether you see it or not, almost all domestic animals shed their fur on a regular basis throughout their lives. Pet owners often wonder as well, which vacuum is the best to remove pet hair. For pretty much the same reasons that fur sticks to the carpet, it will also stick to your bagless vacuum's pleated filter cartridge. The fur will reduce the performance of airflow, and is also a pain in the neck to clean off the filter. Over time, the fiber that makes up the filter can retain odor from pets, even if you clean the filter well. If your filter requires replacing only once a year, you could end up with a vacuum that spits odors that will stink up your house pretty bad. Bagged up Those vacuums that use bags will often provide for neat disposal of a full bag. There are some brands such as BOSCH that actually engineer bag disposal into the system. With BOSCH canister vacuums, the replacement of bags is a single dust free step. The new mega filt bags have a built in closure system that upon removal, will slide shut and trap the dirt and debris inside of the bag, making removal quick and easy. Still, there are many people out there who love bagless machines. Bagless vacuums will continue at a slow place to gain market share, and people will continue to buy them. For many, a bagless vacuum can be the right vacuum to have. Bags are the technology of the past, while bagless is the technology of the future. There are many reasons as to why you should go bagless. For the vacuums of tomorrow, cylinder and bagless is the key. (word count 633)

         
    Belts and performance

     

    Belts And Performance The belts for vacuum cleaners can come in many styles and hundreds of different sizes. Normally, vacuums use a belt to drive an agitation device, which is also known as a brush roller. With very few exceptions, most vacuums will use either a flat belt, round belt, or a geared style belt. The type of belt that your vacuum uses is very important, not only for durability, but performance as well. The condition and type of belt your vacuum uses will have a lot of impact on the systems ability to clean carpet. The proper use of agitation is almost 70% of the cleaning ability of a vacuum cleaner. Suction is also very important. The suction is what pulls the dirt that is removed from the carpet into the collection area of the vacuum. The suction, or airflow, is the key when cleaning hard surfaces or when using attachments. Without suction, a vacuum cleaner could only bring more dirt to the surface of carpet. Even though both agitation and suction are important with vacuuming, the agitation is what actually cleans them. Almost all manufacturers use brush rollers that are made of wood, metal, or even plastic that is driven by a suction or brush motor through the use of three different kinds of belts - round, geared, or flat. The round belts are the earliest type as they were easy to produce and easy to engineer. The round style, unfortunately, is normally run in the same space as vacuumed dirt. What this means, is that almost all of the dirt, staples, and hair you vacuum up will pass around the belt; cutting, nicking, or even scratching it along the way. Vacuum cleaner belts have to stretch quite a long way, placing even more stress on the roller and the motor bearings. The round belt is still common, and used even today. The flat style of belts are most often run in a circular fashion as well, unlike the twisted route the round belt takes to deliver the performance in the proper direction. The style allow manufacturers to run the belt off of one side of the brush roller, instead of the center where all of the dirt is. This is truly a great innovation, as you can eliminate premature failure due to the soil and dirt in the belt path. The latest belt design is considered to be the best in the industry. Even though there are many variations out there, the geared belt is the most efficient means to drive a brush. The geared belt is also known as a positive brush system because the energy of the brush motor is transmitted directly to the brush. Both the brush and the motor are locked by fixed teeth to each other through a cogged belt without tension. The resulting direct connection results in higher cleaning efficiency because the brush can be driven at a faster speed regardless of the age of the belt. The flat style can stretch as they become warm, which will cause them to lose tension. When you use your vacuum, the belt is always going to stretch. Believe it or not, it will lose it's tension the moment you put it up to rest in the closet. There is however, one real drawback to geared belts - the cost of the vacuum. Geared belts are normally used on two motor vacuums. Not only does this require a separate suction and brush motor, but it also requires electronic sensory systems to tell you when something is wrong with the brush. (word count 591)

         
    Buyers guide

     

    Buyers Guide Deep cleaning vacuums The typical features with these types of vacuums include rotating brushes that agitate the carpet pile and loosen the dirt for better clean. There are some models that offer a handy automatic tool conversion button or switch that you can push or flip as you move from carpet to hardwood floor. Hand held vacuums Hand held vacuums are light weight, can be corded or cordless, and you can even mount most of them on the wall if you prefer. The performance of the cordless models will depend on the charge of the battery, as the battery power drops, so will the suction power. The two types of hand held vacuums include straight suction and suction with a power brush. If you are considering a hand held vacuum cleaner, you should consider its primary purpose, if you plan to use it on a regular basis or occasionally on smaller jobs. Broom vacuums Stick or broom vacuums are great for smaller type apartments, quick clean ups in the kitchen, or a family room. The benefit of a broom vacuum is the light weight. If you have trouble pushing your heavier upright around, the broom vacuum may come as a relief. You'll also have the option of getting your vacuum corded or cordless. They usually weight 2 - 7 lbs. and allow you to easily store them in the closet, as they take up a minimum amount of space. For quick disposal of the dirt and debris, most models are also bagless as well. Wet or Dry vacuums The wet/dry vacuum combination may very well be the most versatile vacuum cleaner on the market today, with numerous attachments and functions it is a very handy machine to have around your home. The canister types can vary from the smaller 6 gallon sizes to the larger 22 gallon sizes. The HP ranges as well, from 2 to 10 HP. You should always try to match the size of the unit to the size of the job and frequency of use. Upright vacuums One of the most popular features of an upright vacuum cleaner is the bagless system. In addition to the increased performance, there is no need to purchase any bags. Emptying the canister can be a little dusty, although it's still better than messing with bags. Most upright models come with a standard set of attachments that may even include an upholstery tool, a crevice tool, and even an extension wand. A retractable cord and manual or automatic pile adjustments are other common features. A HEPA filter is another common and popular feature found with most upright vacuums. Canister vacuums Canister vacuum cleaners normally include retractable cords. Considering the fact that most cords are around 25 foot in length, this feature will prevent you from having to drag the cord around and possibly damage furniture. A push of a button or a slight tug on the cord will retract it into the canister of the vacuum. The nozzle can be one of two types, nozzle or power nozzle. To get your carpet as clean as possible, it is recommended that you use the power nozzle, which will agitate the carpet and loosen up the dirt for deeper cleaning. Another feature worth looking for is a suction control switch, as this allows you to adjust the flow of air for cleaning delicate material such as upholstery and drapery. When choosing your vacuum cleaner, you should always choose the one you like best. The best vacuum for the job is the one you should choose, as things will work out much better that way. (word count 601)

         
    Carpet cleaning machines

     

    Carpet Cleaning Machines With the creation of the carpet, the invention of the carpet cleaning machine wasn't far away. The very first hand held carpet cleaner was designed and tested in Chicago in 1860, while the first power operated vacuum cleaner was invented in the 1900s by Cecil Booth. Around the same time Cecil Booth finished his invention, a man by the name of James Spangler came up with his own invention - a vacuum cleaner that he later sold to his cousin Hoover. As everyone knows, Hoover has since became one of the most dominant names in the world of vacuum cleaners and is certainly one of the most popular household names in the world. For many housewives, the vacuum cleaner was deemed a blessing, as it helped to keep the house clean in a fraction of the time. From the beginning, vacuum cleaners were only able to suck up dust and dirt, although with modern technology these days, inventors are able to design wet cleanes that can steam carpets and kill germs at the same time. Carpet is capable of covering the floor of a house, flat, or bungalow and keeping people's feet warm in the winter. Years ago, people needed to sweep their floors or carpets, but with the invention of the vacuum cleaner, people could easily detract the dust and dirt from their carpets with less effort. It was also determined that businesses, corporations, and apartments would need someone to clean their carpets as well, so the invention of the commercial carpet cleaner wasn't far away. Vacuum cleaners operate by using a pump system. The pumping system will suck up the air from a hose, which will in turn suck up the dirt and dust from anything that stands in front of the house opening. On the inside, the vacuum cleaner is a filtering system that will collect the dust and dirt that can later be placed outside in the garbage. Right now, there are seven main types of vacuum cleaners - the upright, canister, back pack style, built in, robotic, hand held, and the wet/dry vacuum cleaners. These different types of vacuum cleaners are available in a variety of different styles, sizes, and offer various voltage and power sizes as well. One of the most significant developments in vacuums has been the invention of the very popular cyclone carpet cleaner. Unlike the previous vacuum cleaners, the cyclone collects dirt and dust in a large cylinder. The cyclone operates using a central air force and number of filters. The filter will filter the dust and dirt into stages, so that the air being sucked up into the cylinder can be cleaned then released back into the air through a central outlet. (word count 450)

         
    Choosing canister vacuum cleaner

     

    Choosing Canister Vacuum Cleaner The major criteria involved with choosing a canister vacuum cleaner is what floor surfaces you plan to clean versus the power of the vacuum. Almost all canister vacuum cleaners offer 3 choices of tools for the surfaces of floors: 1. A bare floor hard plastic brush that's about 10" - 12" wide with soft bristles. 2. Turbo brush that features a spinning drum roller with harder bristles. 3. A power head brush that is similar to the turbo brush although it is powered by a seperate motor. Both the turbo brush and power head brush vacuums have a spinning drum roller with bristles that resemble that of an upright vacuum cleaner. While the brushes look and perform pretty much the same, the power head brush vacuum has a smaller seperate motor that turns the brush on the bottom of it, therefore making it more powerful and much more aggressive than the turbo type brush that is turned by the flow of air being pulled past it. These types of brushes will snap the fibers of the carpet and allow the air to get beneath the dirt particles. If you can't get air to go under these particles, then you won't be able to suck them out, regardless of how much suction power you are able to apply with a vacuum cleaner. When you purchase a turbo or power head vacuum cleaner to be used primarily on carpet surfaces, you'll also receive a brush for bare floors as well that is perfect for areas without carpet. The rule of thumb as to which model of vacuum cleaner you should choose is: 1. The bare floor model of canister vacuum cleaners are perfect for smooth surfaces with no expectation of having rugs or carpeting. The best choices for bare floor vacuum cleaners include Eureka Oxygen 6992 and the Miele Solaris Canister. 2. Turbo types of canister vacuum cleaners are best for scatter rugs and low pile wall to wall type carpeting. The best picks here are the EIO family vacuum cleaner, the Miele Solaris, and the Sebo Turbo canister vacuum cleaner. 3. The power head brush types of vacuum cleaners are great for wall to wall carpeting and very important if you deal with pet hair. The best picks here include the Sebo Canister 3.1, the Miele Silver Moon, and the Eureka Oxygen 6996. Some of the other important features for canister vacuum cleaners include reliability, purchase price, HEPA filter and sealed unit, the cost of replacement filters and bags, weight, storage and quality of tools, control locations, noise, adjustable wand, retractable cord, ease of changing attachments, bag change indicator, filter change indicator, swivel hose, and other extra features such as dirt alerts. Almost all canister vacuums are similar in size, offer similar radiuses of cleaning, and come with the same tool attachments. (word count 470)

         
    Choosing the right vacuum cleaner

     

    Choosing The Right Vacuum Cleaner As history indicates, the first model vacuum cleaner wasn't even a vacuum cleaner at all, more of a carpet sweeper. This was invented by a man named Daniel Hess, who in 1860 patented a machine that featured rotating brushes on the bottom and bellows that helped to create suction. However, there is no evidence that this very machine was ever produced. Some 40 years or so later, in 1908, James Spangler of Canton, Ohio received a patent for the very first portable electric vacuum cleaner. It was in fact his cousin in law, William Hoover, who lent his name to the legendary company that produces quality vacuum cleaners even today. For more than 150 years, the vacuum cleaner has been improved upon greatly. From doing your weekly vacuuming of your home, doing a spring cleaning, or simply leaving the vacuuming up to the robot, there is a vacuum out there suited to your needs. With upright, canister, HEPA filtered, bagged and bagless, there is always a vacuum cleaner for your needs on the market. There are actually 2 ways in which a vacuum cleaner cleans. The first, and the way we rate a vacuum on most is how debris and dirt is picked up off of a carpet and the floor. When you are searching for a vacuum, keep in mind the power of the suction motor, as this is very important for getting good performance. The second reason, one that isn't often thought about, is how well the vacuum filters the air and puts it back into the home. Those with allergy problems will find a HEPA vacuum to be the best choice. There are some models of HEPA vacuums that can filter out 99% of pollens, dust, and other common household allergens. There is also the choice of canister or upright vacuum, as this is more or less based on personal preference. Both vacuum types have their pros and cons. The heads of canister vacuums are able to reach under your furniture, also making it easier to vacuum the stairs as well. Canister vacuums on the other hand have a retractable electric cord, which is much more convenient than wrapping the cord back around the neck of the vacuum. It is often times easier to push the light weight canister vacuum head as opposed to pushing a canister style vacuum. When you choose your vacuum cleaner, keep in mind what you plan to vacuum. There are several designs and types intended for different uses. If you have hardwood floors, you obviously wouldn't want to use a carpet vacuum. The little things such as this will be a huge factor in selecting your vacuum cleaner. If you play your cards right, you'll have the perfect vacuum cleaner for your home - and other areas as well. (word count 466)

         
    Dyson d15

     

    Dyson D15 Unlike the use of wheels that most vacuums have, the Dyson DC15 upright vacuum has a large yellow ball that will allow the vacuum to pivot and roll with the greatest of ease. With the DC15, you simply turn your wrist and the entire vacuum cleaner will change direction. The ability to maneuver this easily is something that is commonly associated with canister style vacuum cleaners. In addition to the unique yet innovative ball design, the Dyson DC15 also offers quite an interesting filtration system. No matter what you may think or hear, Dyson vacuums don't use filters in the way that most vacuum cleaners do. With the Dyson DC15, the air and dirt are sucked into the container where the outer cyclone removes large particles such as food, hair, and even fibers. The air will then move into the shroud and inner cyclone where it is rotated with a higher velocity to drop fine particles of dust out of the air. From the inner cyclone, the air will move about through a washable inner foam pre filter where a majority of the particles will remain trapped. This feature helps the DC15 to keep dirt and debris trapped inside and out of the motor. The last step in the system after moving through the motor is the trip through the final HEPA filter. The DC15 has a very strict filter system, which will prevent 99.9% of bacteria and mold from getting to your home. The vacuum will suck it up and keep it inside of the vacuum where it belongs. Even though they aren't very well known, Dyson has been around for many years. They aren't as popular or as well known as the bigger companies such as Hoover, although they offer you great quality and performance with their vacuum cleaners. Unlike Hoover, Dyson works to improve on their own products as well as the competition with each product they release. The Dyson DC15 is truly a great vacuum to hit the market, as it is the first and only vacuum cleaner to feature the very unique ball. Even though robotic vacuum cleaners are becoming the most popular types of vacuum cleaners, the DC15 is ideal for housewives who want a traditional vacuum cleaner with a twist. The Dyson DC15 is also known for its suction power and attachments as well. With the ball assembly, using attachments are a breeze. The only problem you may have, is getting the hang of things. The attachment wand is stored inside of the handle of the vacuum and is always attached. To use it, you lock the handle in the upright position then push a button on the front of the handle that will allow you to telescope the wand for use. (word count 459)

         
    Essential parts

     

    Essential Parts There are many places that you can use to find parts for a vacuum cleaner that is broken, providing you have someone around that is handy enough with tools to take a swing at fixing it. The part that breaks the most on most less expensive vacuum cleaners is the drive belt. It's the rubberized belt that is around 6 inches long, that when stretched out turns the brushes on the bottom of the vacuum. When you take the vacuum over objects that don't belong in the vacuum cleaner, such as pieces of rope or a cat's tail and the unit comes to a screeching halt, the burning smell that will soon fill up the air is your drive belt slowly melting away. Luckily, the drive belt is available at several locations, so many in fact that your local drug store may even carry them! They are cheap to buy and a snap to replace with a screwdriver and a bit of common sense. For other types of problems that you may encounter, there are a lot of resources at your disposal just in case you decide to tackle the problem on your own. You should never forget that when you buy parts for your vacuum cleaner, most of the parts you'll need are going to be specifically made for your particular brand name and model. With the exception of basic items such as drive belts and most bags, most parts aren't interchangeable between brands and between different models of the same brand. The first thing to try when you need a part for your vacuum cleaner is the local Yellow Pages book. Inside of the Yellow Pages, you'll find many listings for appliance parts and suppliers. You'll have to call each one of the individually to find out if they carry parts for your model and brand. In the rare event that they don't carry what you need, they can normally order it for you quickly and easily. If that fails, you can always call the company direct that manufactured your model of vacuum cleaner and order the part that way. Most of the time, you won't have any problem getting your hands on a part for your vacuum cleaner, unless it is a more intricate part that isn't readily available. Parts such as the intake or exhaust port are very tricky to replace, and you will probably want to have a professional fix these types of problems. Drive belts, vacuum bags, and little problems such as these are a snap to replace. With the older style of vacuum cleaners, you don't have to be an expert to fix a majority of the problems. The newer models however, require quite a bit of skill and technique. One of the most common problems that will happen is clogging. If your vacuum stops picking up dirt and dust, chances are it has become clogged, which is normally not a parts problem. All you need to do to fix it is take the front assembly off, then manually clean out the agitators and the housing where the dirt makes its way upwards through the vacuum cleaner. This is very easy to do, and won't take you but a couple of minutes. Anytime you encounter a parts problem with your vacuum cleaner, you should always take things one step at a time and don't rush. You can almost always get a hold of a part. If the part is more expensive than you anticipated, you can always scrap the vacuum cleaner and buy yourself a better one - which will save you a lot of time and headache in the long run. (word count 608)

         
    Flashy vacuum cleaners

     

    Flashy Vacuum Cleaners With most people, a vacuum cleaner isn't really an inspiring machine. If you don't care about how it works, then you probably don't want to vacuum to start with. At the same time, no one wants to live in a pig sty or dirty home even. These days however, things have began to change for the better, and people's attitudes are changing as well. Vacuum cleaners are becoming interesting and it's all thanks to James Dyson, the inventor of the Dyson vacuum cleaner. All thanks to Dyson, vacuum cleaners have taken on a personality and life of their own. These very same tactics are even employed by the likes of Apple to successfully ploy their iMacs and iPods to the masses have now been used with tremendous results with vacuum cleaners. Now, let's take a look at the decision that faces you when buying a flashy vacuum cleaner. First of all, you have the choice between the upright or canister versions. The upright style of vacuum cleaners will require you to use them in the traditional push and pull fashion, although the latest vacuum from Tyson, the DC15, has even turned this technology on its head with "Ball Technology" that will let you glide around your home with the greatest of ease - in any direction you please. Canister vacuum cleaners on the other hand come with a hose attachment for great control and flexibility, as you can quickly and easily get to all of the hard to reach places. There isn't really a lot of difference between the two, and it's mainly down to your personal preference, even though the upright vacuum is best suited to larger carpets. You should also consider the power of the motor and efficiency of the filtration system as well. Those that suffer from allergies will want to pay close attention to the filtration. Dyson for one has been very successful by marketing the benefits of its patented "Cyclone" technology, which doesn't use a bag nor does it ever get clogged up. If you feeling really daring and adventurous and want to stay ahead of the curve, you could go for one of the very popular robotic vacuum cleaners such as the ZA01 from Electrolux or the cheaper iRobot from Roomba. While you amuse yourself or do other things, the robot will move around your home on it's own will, vacuuming your entire home until it is spotless. The robot even has the technology and intelligence to return to the base when it is running low on battery power and recharge itself. If you want to be different and unique, a flashy vacuum cleaner is the way to go. There are many different models and types to choose from, from cheap vacuums to those that cost hundreds of dollars. All you have to do is meet your creative side halfway and let the fun begin! (word count 480)

         
    Get out more dirt

     

    Get Out More Dirt The most important part of carpet maintenance is removing and disposing of accumulated dry soil. The removal of dry soil will improve the air quality indoors, extend carpet life, and help to maintain the carpet. Keeping regular maintenance on your carpet is one thing, although being sure you have the right equipment on the job is another. The Green Label For vacuum cleaners, the CRI (Carpet and Rug Institute) has developed a Green Label testing program. The CRI developed the performance protocol with the goal of protecting indoor quality, keeping all surfaces as clean as possible, and all without putting dust back into the air. The Green Label program helps to identify vacuum cleaners that meet three different types of criteria: 1. Removing soil. 2. Keeping dust out of the air by containing it within the filtration bag and the machine itself. 3. It doesn't damage the carpet and helps to keep the appearance looking good. The tests for determining the certification of a vacuum cleaner were developed by carpet and vacuum experts and reviewed by scientists with experience in maintenance and the quality of indoor air. Soil removal The soil removal protocol will require that the vacuum cleaner remove a specified quantity of soil from the test carpet in four passes. Dust containment The protocol for dust containment will dictate the total amount of dust particles that are released into the surrounding air by the action of the brush rolls, through the filtration bag, and any leaks that come from the vacuum system. with this test, the vacuum cleaner can't release more than 100 micrograms of dust particles per cubic meter of air. Carpet retention The testing protocol for appearance retention will require that the vacuum cleaner not adversely affect the appearance of the carpet, based on a year of normal usage. If a vacuum cleaner meets all three of the above requirements, the manufacturer may then display the official CRI Green Label on it's brand of vacuum cleaner. The CRI tests canister and upright vacuums, wide area vacuums, and even walk behind types as well. Matching machines Looking for that important Green Label is the first step to providing longer carpet life and cleaner air for your home or office. The next step is selecting the proper vacuum cleaner for a specific area. You can think of vacuum cleaners like screwdrivers, as you wouldn't want to use a Phillips head screwdriver to remove a flathead screw. In the bigger, more open areas, a wide are vacuum cleaner or sweeper can produce excellent results, as well as an increase in productivity. The average 14 inch upright vacuum can clean at a rate of 3,000 square feet per hour, while the average walk behind can clean at a rate of 40,000 square feet per hour, and also lift the pile of carpet in high traffic areas where the carpet fibers are subject to crushing and matting. The two motor upright vacuum cleaner is an excellent choice in areas such as executive offices, lobbies, conference rooms, and break areas. A two motor upright can provide grooming of the fibers in the carpet and removal of the dry soil. Most uprights with two motor setups will also have a removable hose and on board accessories for cleaning other areas as well, such as vents and chairs. Along with the type of area, you should also give some thought to the needs of the operator. If you are a manager, you should look for vacuums with ergonomic features, especially if the vacuum will be used for long periods of time. If it isn't ergonomically designed, it could result in injury to the operator. At the very least, the cleaning operator might want to avoid using vacuum cleaners that could result in injury. (word count 629)

         
    Hand held vacuum cleaner

     

    Hand Held Vacuum Cleaner All of us have a special tool lying around the house that we simply cannot live without. A tool or gadget that makes life a lot easier because it exists. For many people, this tool or gadget is the hand held vacuum cleaner. When it comes to cleaning house, this tool is something many people couldn't live without. Regardless of the type of home you have, a hand held vacuum cleaner can make life a lot easier. Whether it's a tiny apartment or a large mansion, these small cleaners are the perfect way to cope with unexpected spills and not have to worry about dragging a vacuum cleaner around. Anyone who has messy kids or a messy spouse, hand held vacuum cleaners can help you keep your home spick and span without having to lose your mind in the process. The truth remains that few of us do housework just for the sake of doing it. There are a few dedicated souls out there who enjoy all the stretching and exercise that cleaning involves, although the rest of us just go for the results. A clean and tidy home is very nice, relaxing, and nothing in the world is more frustrating than achieving one only to see all of your hard work being shattered by the falling of crumbs or the spilling of liquid on your freshly vacuumed floor. The hand held vacuum cleaner will allow you to enjoy the same results without having to do any of the hard work. Many of us who find peace and tranquility in an organized home will normally hide tools we use to create it out of sight. Then, when it comes time to clean house, dragging the vacuum out of it's hiding place can be a chore in its own rights. For small messes and spills, a pint sized cleaner can help you retain your sense of peace simply because it will help you to realize that the small stuff is just that - small stuff - and nothing more. The tools used to perform common household tasks should be the things you love to use, as this is actually the best way to ensure that the housework will actually get done. Small portable cleaning devices are the ultimate in friendly cleaning equipment, as they can clean up small messes before they get bigger. You also don't have to work all the time either to achieve the clean home you want, you simply need the right tools for the job. The first time you pick up a handheld vacuum cleaner, you'll see how something so small in size can make a world of difference. You'll cut your vacuum time in half and ensure that your home stays clean all the time - spill free. (word count 459)

         
    Hoover self propelled

     

    Hoover Self Propelled One of the most important things for asthma sufferers to do to limit the exposure to triggers is to simply eliminate them. High quality vacuum cleaners with the HEPA filtration system will help to remove many triggers such as dust mites, pet dander, pollen, and get things really clean. The Hoover Self Propelled Wind Tunnel Ultra is more than up to this task. The Wind Tunnel upright has many special features that make it easy to use. It is self propelled, which is great, as it is a larger vacuum. With its size, the self propelled feature is great to have. You simply let the vacuum pull itself around the floor, sucking up dirt and debris as it goes. The embedded dirt finder of the Hoover Wind Tunnel will help you to remember to slow down when you vacuum, and it actually lets you know when they are clean, which is great for those who have a knack for going to fast and missing things. Attachments Unlike other types of vacuum cleaners, the Wind Tunnel Ultra offers attachments that are easy to use and actually work. To activate any of the attachments, you simple lock the handle of the vacuum in the upright position. Doing so will automatically turn the dual agitator brushes off. The attachment hose is a very flexible, high quality extension that doesn't require you to connect it to anything for it to be used. All you have to do is pull the end of the hose from the vacuum and begin using it. Among the several attachments you can use are two extension wands, a crevice tool, upholstery nozzle with a rotating brush, and a dusting brush as well. Ability to clean The Hoover self propelled Wind Tunnel is superb on hard floors and carpets. It features a hard wood floor setting that will turn the agitator brushes off so that it doesn't blow dirt back while you vacuum. It offers plenty of power for hard wood floors, picking up virtually anything. Vacuuming rubs and carpets is a snap as well. With the embedded dirt finder and the high level of power, cleaning is easy. Throw in a built in edge cleaner and you have a nice vacuum. Filtration system Several people may be flat out shocked to find a vacuum in this price range that still uses bags. This isn't really a bad feature, especially for those who suffer from asthma. Emptying a bagless vacuum can be very tricky for those who suffer from asthma as the dust and debris can quickly end up back into the air that you breathe. The Hoover Wind Tunnel uses 3M vacuum bags that feature full HEPA filtration in a 6 step process to ensure that dust, pollen, and other triggers remain in the bag and don't make it back into your home or into your air. This vacuum cleaner also offers an easy to read indicator that will let you know when the bag is full. The bottom line The Hoover Wind Tunnel is a great vacuum cleaner, and is one of the best you can buy. It is a great choice for removing asthma triggers from your carpet and floors as well as bedding and other furniture. It is also very easy to use and has plenty of power to spare. The embedded dirt finder can be the best friend of an asthma sufferer very fast. It the features aren't enough to make you a believer, the vacuum is also rated #1 in several magazines, which proves hand down that this vacuum is more than worth the purchase. (word count 601)

         
    How to vacuum

     

    How To Vacuum To maintain the look, feel, and appearance of your carpet you'll need to vacuum on a regular basis. If you are new to vacuuming, you'll find the tips below to help you when it comes to keeping your home clean: 1. Before you start, you should always inspect the area. Pick up any objects that could cause your vacuum cleaner to clog up. The smaller objects are fine, just as long as they will pass through the vacuum. 2. You should check the vacuum bag to ensure that is isn't full already. If it is full, you should go ahead and change it. A full bag isn't going to suck up much dirt, as the power will be greatly reduced due to the bag taking up a great deal of storage and limiting the suction. 3. You should always vacuum forwards instead of going backwards. Going forward will get the job done quicker and you won't wear your cord out near as fast. When going backwards, you also run the risk of running back over your cord, which is something you don't want to do. 4. Be sure that you overlap your strokes to ensure that you get out all of the dirt and the residue. You don't want to miss any of the carpet, which is why it is important that you overlap your strokes. 5. You should change your vacuuming direction on occasion to reduce any type of matting in your carpet. You can change direction without any problems. Doing this every time you make a sweep on the carpet or every other time you vacuum will be good. 6. On corners, use a damp cloth or a crevice tool attachment that hooks up to your vacuum cleaner. This will ensure that you get the corners and tight areas good, and they don't stand out from the rest of the carpet. 7. You can get rid of dust particles and dirt by waving a vacuum wand under your bed. Doing so on occasion will ensure that your bedroom stays clean, and smells clean as well. For kitty litter on carpets or floors, you should use a lightweight vacuum cleaner. To get deep into the fibers of the carpet, you should try an upright vacuum cleaner with a power brush. Kitty litter can be a pain in the neck if it gets crushed in the pile or embedded, which is why you should get it out as quick as you can. Give some thought to purchasing a vacuum cleaner with a rotating brush or combination beater and brush bar, which will loosen up the dirt in the carpet and then suck it out. This will beat the dirt from the fibers and even embedded dirt, which will leave your carpet clean and smelling great. Whenever you vacuum, you should always be on the lookout for straw, thread, and string as it can trap debris in the vacuum hose and result in a clog. These types of hazards are also bad for the agitators as well, as they can clog up the suction as well, or get tangled up in the agitators and cause more problems. If you have pets, you should sprinkle some baking soda on the carpet before you vacuum. Let it sit for a little while, then vacuum. The baking soda is a lot cheaper than carpet fresheners and it does the same thing - only better. Vacuuming is very easy to do, and it's something that should be done on a regular basis. You don't have to be an expert to vacuum, all you have to do is make an effort. Your carpet will look good all the time, and your house will stay smelling great - which is reason enough to grab the vacuum and take a trip through the house with it. (word count 636)

         
    How vacuum cleaners work

     

    How Vacuum Cleaners Work Even though it may appear to be a very complicated machine, the conventional vacuum cleaner is actually made up of six essential components: intake port, exhaust port, electric motor, fan, porous bag, and a housing that stores all of the other components. When you plug the vacuum cleaner into the outlet and turn it on, the following happens: 1. First of all, the electric current will operate the motor, which is attached to the fan, which resembles an airplane propeller. 2. As the blades begin to turn, they will force the air upwards, towards the exhaust port. 3. When the air particles are driven forwards, the density of the particles will increase in front of the fan and therefore decrease behind it. The pressure drop that occurs behind the fan is similar to the pressure drop when you take a drink through a straw. The pressure level in the area that is behind the fan will drop below the pressure level that is outside of the vacuum cleaner. This will create a suction inside of the vacuum cleaner. The ambient air will push itself into the vacuum cleaner through the intake port because the air pressure that is inside of the vacuum cleaner is much lower than the pressure on the outside. Picking the dirt up The stream of air that the vacuum generates is just like a stream of water. The air particles that move will rub against any loose dust or debris and if it is light enough, the friction will carry the material around the inside of the vacuum cleaner. As the dirt continues on to the exhaust port, it will pass through the cleaner bag. They tiny holes in the vacuum cleaner bag are large enough to let the air pass through, although too small for the dust particles to fit through. Therefore, when the air current gets into the bag, the dirt and debris will be collected there. You can stick the bag anywhere along the path between the intake tube and the exhaust port, just as long as the air current passes through. Suction The power of a vacuum cleaner's suction will depend on several factors. The suction can be stronger or weaker depending on: 1. Fan power - In order to generate a strong suction, the motor needs to turn at a good speed. 2. Air passageway - When a lot of debris builds up in the bag, the air will face a greater level of resistance on the way out. Each particle of air will move slowly due to the increase in drag. This is the reason why a vacuum cleaner works much better once you've replaced the bag than when you have been using it for a while. 3. Size of the intake port - With the speed of the vacuum fan being constant, the amount of air that passes through the vacuum cleaner per second is also constant. (word count 485)

         
    Oreck xl ultra

     

    Oreck XL Ultra Controlling allergens at home is very important for allergy sufferers. For this reason, many allergy sufferers rely on the Oreck XL Ultra. This hypo- allergenic vacuum is used to clean embedded dirt and and allergens from carpets and hardwood floors. It will remove almost 99.9% percent of allergins, with the inner and outer bag working together as a great filtration system. One of the best things about the XL Ultra is the fact that it will lock dirt and debris inside of the disposable dust bag. The patented Saniseal system will keep it there, preventing any type of contamination. You'll never come in contact with the dust, as the Saniseal system locks dirt and dust in tight so it has no way to escape. Once the bag is full, you simply toss it out and put a new one - that simple! The new base plate design of the Oreck XL Ultra features larger, more robust front wheels, more edge brushes, and microsweep technology. These improvements will increase edge cleaning on bare floors and carpets, increase dirt removal on bare floors, and also makes the vacuum much easier to manuever on both carpet and tile. As we all know, housework is hard. If you want your home to stay clean, then you'll have to vacuum as often as you can. The Oreck XL weighs in at 8 pounds, with roller brushes that spin at the speed of 6,500 RPM. You can pick up all of the dirt in one pass, including pet hair, dander, pollen, dust, and also dust mites. You'll get the surface dirt and the embedded dirt, which make your house smell as good as it looks. The XL Ultra is so good that it will lay flat to fit under beds and furniture for easy storage. It is one of the lightest full size vacuums available, with stairs being a snap. You can easily go from carpets to bare floors, as the Oreck XL will recognize the thickness of the carpet and adjust itself automatically. With bare floors, the Microsweep system will deliver millions of strokes a minute. It moves so quick that it will actually scoop up sand off of a bare floor. The sheer genius of Oreck technology has always been to take the heavy vacuum cleaners and then reduce them to light, lean, and very easy to clean machines. The Oreck XL Ultra has state of the art 24 bar technology that makes it run powerfully, quiet, and will keep running as long as you need it. The 24 bar motor in the XL Ultra uses 1/3 the electricity of any other vacuum motor out there. Not only will it last longer, it will pay for itself in the long run with energy savings. When you talk about performance, the XL Ultra's suction velocity is equivalent to a category 2 hurricane, which measures at 102 MPH! This type of suction is among the best, as very few vacuum cleaners out there can compete with it. The roller brush with thread guard system will nearly eliminate hair and thread from getting tangled up in the bearings. The roller brush features a hardwood maple roller that increases durability, picking up almost anything that it comes in contact with. If you've been looking for a better vacuum cleaner, you can rest assured that the Oreck XL Ultra is everything you need. This vacuum cleaner will do it all and then some, making your housework easier than it has ever been in the past. (word count 585)

         
     
         
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