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HERE’S WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DON’T CHANGE YOUR FILTER

You know that you should change your filter regularly (every 3 to 6 months, or more frequently if you have pets). But did you ever stop to think what might happen if you didn’t?

LESS CLEANING POWER.

When a dirty filter gets clogged with buildup from dust and allergens, less air is able to pass through, reducing your vacuum’s suction power and overall performance.

DIRTY FILTER, DIRTY HOME.

If your filter is clogged, your vacuum’s cleaning power may be reduced — and there’s a chance dust, dirt and allergens could recirculate into your home’s air or damage the motor. This is especially true of bagless vacuums with dust cup filters.

THE SMELL SAYS IT ALL.

Pet smells or musty odors coming from your vacuum could be a reminder that your filter may need to be changed.

SNEEZE-A-PALOOZA.

Certain products, like HEPA filters, trap allergens and airborne irritants. When the filter is dirty, your vacuum doesn’t clean as well, potentially leaving these particles in your home’s air.