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TOP BaG MISTAKES.

When it comes to your vacuum bag, don’t make these common slip-ups:

NOT USING A BAG

You’d be surprised, but it happens. Vacuum bags help keep dust, dirt and allergens contained. If your vacuum is designed with a bag, you need to use one — otherwise, choose a bagless model.

OVERFILLING BAGS

It can be tempting to push your bag beyond capacity. But overfilling could lead to decreased air performance, cause clogs and prevent your vacuum from cleaning well.

USING THE WRONG BAG

Make sure you’re using the right bag for your vacuum model. Bags that don't fit properly can cause clogs, leave gaps in filtration and allow debris to get into the vacuum system.

NOT CHANGING OFTEN ENOUGH

For best performance, it’s recommended that you change your vacuum bag every 1 to 2 months — and more frequently if you have kids, pets or lots of foot traffic.

Vacuuming Wet/DAMP DEBRIS

Water and electricity don’t mix. Also, if it gets too damp, your paper vacuum bag will eventually fall apart, which could lead to dust and debris in your motor — NOT good.