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Ways to keep your home clean

by Mr. Clean

As a consumer you have the right to choose the vacuum that fits your needs, weather it be for home or office. An upright bagless and canister bagless are two of the types of bagless vacuum cleaners out on the market today. They both have pros and cons to using one over the other and have been around for many years.

An upright vacuum cleaner it the most traditional vacuum cleaner, and is most used by consumers. It is simply put, a vacuum cleaner that stands upright that you walk behind. With 3-4 wheels attached to the bottom it is easily maneuvered, and can be used with only one hand.

Larger in size, the upright bagless vacuum will need a larger storage area then the canister vacuum, but can be pushed around on its wheels to cover a larger area in a shorter amount of time. Attachments are available and even some are included with your purchase, to help you clean a variety of surfaces.

A canister vacuum cleaner is usually small and compact, shaped like a cylinder, and typically sit low to the ground. The canister bagless vacuum cleaner will have a hose attached and will include a number of different attachments that can be used in different situations to clean different surfaces. A canister vacuum is good for cleaning walls, curtains, ceiling fans, and because of its compact size great for stairs.

You can leave the canister vacuum on the floor as you clean, or you have the option of carrying the vacuum with you because of its size. If you have little to no storage space, this type of vacuum cleaner may be the best suited for you.

There are subtle differences between these two bagless vacuums, the upright and canister bagless. With research you will be able to choose the best vacuum for your needs. There are a large variety of sizes, styles, and prices for both the canister bagless and the upright bagless vacuums.

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