Emptying A Dust Canister


Emptying a dust canister seems more appealing than changing vacuum bags, right?


If you are a bagless vacuum owner, you probably empty the canister in your trash can, correct? Well, all the dust and pollutants you just vacuumed? Unless you empty the contents outside and away from your home, they are either already back in your home's air or on their way to being back in your home. Not to mention how harmful it is breathing those pollutants while you empty the canister. This is not an ideal solution for air quality, or family members suffering from allergies or asthma.

Bagless vacuums only use a series of filters (as opposed to bags and filters), meaning if you do not make every effort to keep these filters clean, they do not maintain peak filtering performance. Which equates to shortened lifespan of your vacuum as well as dirty air coming out of it. Neither situation is ideal when spending hundreds of dollars on a machine. Changing a bag doesn't seem as difficult now does it? :)

Most bagless vacuums also leak air into your home in the middle of the filtering process. When air is leaked back into your home before it has a chance to go through the entire filtering process, it practically defeats the purpose of having quality filtration at all. While not all bagless vacuums are horrible, they will lose proficiency much faster than a vacuum with a bag.

We carry most popular bagless vacuum brands, however if you have allergy and asthma sufferers in your home, we do not recommend a bagless machine for your home. 

We believe that the purchase of a vacuum should add benefit to you, your home, and not become another burden. Your vacuum should be able to clean every surface needed, properly, while leaving your homes air filtered and of the highest quality. This way you can enjoy your home to its fullest potential.

If you have any questions on bagged vs bagless brands, please don't hesitate to contact us at:

1-877-819-6857 or email.

Happy Vacuuming!