Cleaner vacuums equal a healthier home

Bagless vacuum cleaners may seem convenient, but do they stand up against bagged vacuums where it counts-in removing dirt, dust and allergens from the home?

When bagless vacuum dirt containers are emptied, dirt, dust and allergens can spew back into the home, onto hands and face and into eyes.

“Thorough cleaning is essential to reduce indoor contaminants that can affect the health of anyone, especially children,” said Dr. John Winder, allergist and chair of the Nationwide Asthma Screening Program of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.

The solution to a healthier home and cleaner vacuuming experience is an advanced self-sealing vacuum bag that locks in dust and dirt. This system is found in the new ultra hypo-allergenic bagged vacuum cleaner. For serious cleaning and allergen control, this advanced vacuum cleaner has an important extra layer of allergen filtration in the outer bag, for a total of eight layers of filtration.

To attack dust and allergens, experts recommend vacuuming at least once a week.