How to Make Your Bagless Vacuum Bagged and Make it Healthier
Read this before you purchase a bagless vacuum. Read this if you already have a bagged vacuum and you have allergies. Just read my blog, please.
If you have allergies you should not have a bagless vacuum. If you already have a bagless vacuum you don't have to run out and buy a new one..unless, of course, you want to. We have a solution if you're just not ready to invest in a quality bagged vacuum. If you know me or have watched any of my YouTube videos, you will know that I am a huge component of having a bagged vacuum. I don't recommend bagged vacuums just so I can sell you bags, it is because it’s healthier for you as a consumer or as someone with allergies, kids, kids with allergies, pets, or just in general if you don’t want to breathe more dust and dirt.
Here's the solution: instead of emptying it straight into your garbage can (which I am sure has a bag in it....) I suggest purchasing an inexpensive bagged vacuum. We have plenty of options for you. Use that inexpensive bagged vacuum to suck the dirt out of your bagless. Don't worry, you won't fill the bag. Bags hold up to 30 times more dirt than some bagless vacuums. The bottom line is, you should not be exposing yourself to the dirt when you empty your bagless vacuum. So sucking the dirt out using an inexpensive vacuum like some we carry. See...there’s no secret to it you can keep your bagless vacuum (for now).
But seriously think about investing in a quality one In the future. Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel.