Vacuum cleaner technology has evolved over the years, giving consumers an array of choices that cater to their individual cleaning needs
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Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) May 22, 2008
BISSELL Homecare, Inc., international marketer of vacuum cleaners and floor care products, announces the release of "Keeping It Clean," a consumer guide to vacuum cleaners and their parts. The publication helps readers to differentiate between kinds of vacuum cleaners, know when to replace parts and understand the uses for cleaning attachments.
"Vacuum cleaner technology has evolved over the years, giving consumers an array of choices that cater to their individual cleaning needs," says Jim Krzeminski, BISSELL's executive vice president of product development, sales and marketing. "When it comes to purchasing vacuum cleaners and other floor care products, this guide helps consumers to select the technology that's best for their lifestyles."
The best way to ensure a smart investment for any product is for consumers to equip themselves with product knowledge. That's where BISSELL's new consumer guide to vacuum cleaners, "Keeping It Clean," can make a difference.
Consumers may be uncertain, for example, about the cleaning power of a bagless vacuum versus ones with bags. This guide reveals that with proper maintenance, both can clean equally well. By educating consumers in matters of cleaning, BISSELL's consumer guide to vacuum cleaners is empowering shoppers to make the best product choices for their cleaning needs.
Some of the other topics covered in the guide include:
**Upright vacuum cleaners
**Canister vacuum cleaners
**When to change bags, belts and filters
**Height settings and repetitions needed to clean different surfaces
**How to use cleaning attachments
A 132-year-old company, Grand Rapids-based BISSELL Inc. is a floor care innovator and international marketer of home cleaning products, including sweepers, vacuum cleaners, deep cleaning machines and cleaning formulas sold at retail locations worldwide. The company, in its fourth generation of family leadership, is the seventh-oldest privately held manufacturing company in the United States. For more info, visit http://www.bissell.com.
Beth Jester, Public Relations and Marketing Events Manager