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Old movies and commercials sometimes show women doing a lot of different cleaning shores, including vacuuming. The technology that vacuum cleaner companies use, though, has come a very long way since those days. It used to be that there was only one kind of vacuum that could be used, and it had to be used for any type of flooring, rugs, upholstery, draperies, or anything else that a person wanted to clean. That was convenient in some ways, and very problematic in others. Only needing one vacuum cleaner means that a person does not have to spend extra money for different kinds of machines, and that is certainly beneficial. Not having options, though, can mean that some cleaning jobs either do not get done, or do not get done as quickly or as thoroughly as they should. Homes have changed over the years, and the technology to clean them has been forced to do the same so that it can keep up with the demands of women (and men) who clean their houses and the houses of others.

There are many vacuum cleaners now that are bagless, and they are gaining in popularity because a lot of people think that it is less messy to empty a small container than to throw away and replace a bag. Not everyone agrees, but bagless vacuums do work well, and there are many people who are buying them today. They are often not any more expensive than a comparable model that uses bags, so people can make a choice that is right for them when it comes to a vacuum cleaner. Whether they want a vacuum cleaner with or without a bag, though, is not the only choice that people have. There are also a lot of different options when it comes to the attachments and the motor. In addition there are both canister and upright vacuums, and the two different types of vacuums are usually used for different tasks. It is important before buying any vacuum to find out which one will be best suited to the needs of the person using it.

Canister vacuums are more similar to the older vacuum cleaners, but they are still much improved. They are used for homes that have hardwood and/or tile floors and area rugs, as well as being used on draperies and upholstery. Upright vacuums are more widely used for wall to wall carpet, because the suction that a canister vacuum provides is not enough to clean this type of carpet. The suction that an upright vacuum has is too strong for draperies and delicate upholstery, so it cannot be used for those things. Some people have both types of vacuums, depending on what kind of home and belongings they have, but most people only have one type or the other. Usually, they can find one style that handles all of the needs that they have. By becoming educated on vacuum technology and the changes that have taken place in that field over the years, a person can get the right cleaning machine for his or her needs the first time.

Dave Roth runs a site that focuses on vacuum cleaner reviews. The site features reviews on popular brands such as Oreck machines , Dyson, and Hoover Vacuums . For more information, check out his site.

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