There are people who vacuum only where people will see, and there are people who vacuum every nook and cranny of their home, no matter how unlikely it is that anyone will ever see there. There are people who vacuum as part of the routine and those who vacuum because otherwise, they couldn’t sit peacefully in their homes. Miele vacuums are for all these people and all those who fall between extremes of cleaning as a duty and cleaning as a passion. Miele vacuums are the perfect vacuum for every type of cleaner because they deliver a consistent clean that everyone will be happy with. One type of cleaner that Miele vacuum cleaners are the answer to a prayer for is allergy sufferers. Since 1927, Miele engineers have been leaders in innovation. They have labored relentlessly to create the best vacuum for allergies. In this week’s article, we’ll highlight a few of the features that make Miele vacuums the best choice for ridding your home of pet dander and pet hair.
The housing of a vacuum is the body of the machine. These molded pieces fit together to hold the filter and bag in place. You will also know from experience that with most vacuums, some dust escapes the bag and will float around in the housing, often coating the inside of the body of the vacuum. This dust can easily find its way out of the housing and into your house, but not with Miele vacuums. Miele vacuum housing is a sealed system and helps to ensure that clean air and a clean house are what you get from a Miele vacuum.
Miele Vacuum Bags
Miele vacuum bags are like no other bag on the market. Firstly, the presence of a bag, as opposed to bagless vacuums, means that the dirt the vacuum collects is disposed of, not just dumped into the kitchen garbage, only to billow out and reenter the home’s air supply. Miele bags are 9-ply. These blanket-like bags are highly efficient at holding allergens of all types. For people who suffer from allergies to cats, dogs, dust mites, or other household allergens, Miele filters can play a large role in the relief that Miele vacuums offer.
There are two categories into which all Miele filters fall: HEPA and Active Air Clean. The filter that is most recommended for pet owners is the Active Air Clean (AAC 10). This filter works so well that the air coming out of your vacuum will be cleaner than when it went in. Importantly, it has a layer of charcoal in it that captures tiny microns. It captures 99.95% of particles in the air that are larger than 0.05 microns. One micron = 1000 nanometers. For scale, one inch is 25,400 microns, bacteria is generally between 0.3 and 60 microns, and mold is between 3 and 12 microns. Pollens are between 10 and 1000 microns. As you can see, Miele Active Clean filters remove all these particles from the air. Other particles that these superior air filters capture include dust mite allergens, dust, fly ash, smog, tobacco smoke, and soot.
Every Miele vacuum comes with basic attachments, and you can customize your clean by purchasing ones that meet your specific needs. If you have parquet floors, we have several floor brushes that will help you pick up even the finest dust particles. For carpets, we have the SEB 228 Power Brush. Besides its 10¼” sweeping path, it has an independent motor to power the brush, loosening more particles so more get sucked up and disposed of. The brush also fluffs up the carpet fibers, so your carpet will be clean and look revived.
All the parts of a Miele vacuum work together to create the best clean for allergy sufferers. With a Miele vacuum, you get one of the most powerful vacuums on the market that runs quietly, is agile, and is the best choice for allergy sufferers. Rid your home of the pet dander and pet hair that cause allergies and reduce. But you don’t have to have allergies to benefit from a Miele. Both uprights and canister vacuums offer you the total package. You may discover that you’ve changed from a person who vacuums only the visible parts of your floor to someone who vacuums for the satisfaction of it!