Vacuum Bags – Myths and Facts

There are a lot of things that many people don’t know about vacuum bags (I like to call them my tips and tricks) that I can educate you on throughout this article. You will leave with much knowledge about what it takes to really efficiently clean your home while at the same time spending less of your hard-earned cash. So, listen up everyone I’m about to drop some vacuum cleaning wisdom of the kind that rarely has ever poked its head out onto the Internet scene.
 
Myth #1: It’s way easier to use a bagless vacuum than a traditional one. Oh, is it? No, I don’t think so but I know that that’s what a lot of people think. The truth on this matter is that there are a lot of problems with a bagless route. For instance, you can’t store as much dirt in your canister as you can in a vacuum bag. Would you rather dump your canister every five days or change your bag every 100 days? Those figures may not be entirely accurate but you get the gist of what I’m saying. Bags afford such a level of ease, but people always think that the new thing is the best thing. Do I have to remind you about Coke 2?
 
Myth #2: Vacuum bags are expensive. This is simply not true. The absolute best way to buy these things is by getting generic brands that are modeled to fit your particular vacuum bag. Hands down you will end up paying much less than you think. Generic manufacturers don’t have to invest money in developing new technologies like the machine makers do, so they are free to focus on having minuscule costs in producing their vacuum bags. This benefit gets paid out directly to us, the consumers, especially when we buy a bunch at a time.
 
Myth #3: I don’t want to have to go to the store every time my vacuum bags are filled up. Well, you don’t have to as long as you have an Internet connection and a credit card, you can just order the darn things online and save yourself a lot of grief. Merely place a bulk order (within reason) before you fill up your last bag and then you will never have to make a 10:00 PM trip to the grocery store in order to get ripped off at the counter. Think a little bit beforehand and you will never have dirty floors again.
 
Sometimes the older things in life actually provide the best value. There was a reason they got popular in the first place. For decades upon decades vacuum bags have served an important role in the cleaning of homes all over the world, so I just hope that you don’t turn your back on them merely so you can go buy a newer technology that may not really offer anything new at all except maybe a new pile of dirt on your kitchen floor.

BOLA TANGKAS