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dustbag vacuum attachment

vacuum attachment on your vacuum cleaner that vacuums your dustbag.
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attachment on an ordinary vacuum cleaner that will vacuum the contents from the dustbag into an ordinary paper or plastic bag enabling the vacuumer to recycle the original vacuum bag. no more messing with dustbags.
po, Sep 27 2003

Vacuum packing vacuum cleaner http://www.halfbake..._20vacuum_20cleaner
Not really thesame thing at all. [phoenix, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

(?) Cyclonic http://www.vacuumcl...pright-cyclonic.htm
Bagless, and even found a .co.uk for you. [Worldgineer, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

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       you sure about that?
po, Sep 27 2003
  

       A vacuum cleaner...Isn't vacuum pretty clean already?
FarmerJohn, Sep 27 2003
  

       Now you need something to remove the dust out of your trashbag...
RayfordSteele, Oct 03 2003
  

       I recommend a cyclonic. Quieter, cleaner, more powerful, and you can dump the contents into a paper bag.   

       In cartoons vacuum cleaners always have reverse switches. This may be all you need. Make sure you're outside when you try though.
Worldgineer, Oct 03 2003
  

       maybe you could buy some dust mite larvae, and hoover them up as well as the rest of the household dust. They then form a symbiotic relationship with the dustbag.   

       <ps - they were invented here, worldgineer>
yamahito, Oct 03 2003
  

       //they were invented here// Wouldn't surprise me at all. Ok, a little bit. But not if involved lighter-than-air vacuum cleaners.
Worldgineer, Oct 03 2003
  

       I meant the UK, not the HB; you knew that, right?   

       I am surprised there aren't more twin-cyclone ideas, though... <thinks>
yamahito, Oct 03 2003
  
      
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