Vacuum Bags

Written by Dina Kayed
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If you or a member of the family suffers from allergies or lung complaints, you should do everything you can to improve the quality of air in your living space. The best way to do this is to reduce the amount of dust and allergens circulating as much as possible. In spring and summer particularly, you may need to close the windows and rely on air conditioning to ensure that trouble doesn't come flying through the window in the form of dust and pollen.

Vacuum Cleaner Bags

A large source of recycled dust and dander in any home is what gets passed back into the air from your vacuum cleaner. Changing your vacuum bags often can help, as can making sure your vacuum filters are in good condition. Sometimes, though, you need to take extra measures.

Swapping your ordinary vacuum bags for high filtration multi-layer bags can help. Standard vacuum bags don't filter anywhere near the same amount of dust that these special bags can save from returning to the atmosphere. Utilizing an air purifier can also cut down on the indoor pollution levels dramatically.

You can also replace standard vacuum filters with HEPA filters, adding further protection. This might be the perfect solution for families with allergies or chest complaints. Although to begin with they were more expensive than other types of vacuums, you can now find HEPA-compatible models to fit any budget and you can even find a handheld, upright or canister vacuum cleaner.

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