1 in 9 Australians have asthma – around 2.7 million and many more with allergies. Asthma and allergy sufferers are constantly in discomfort caused by dust and pet hair and are now looking to water filtration vacuums to rid their homes of allergens. Let's compare the Sirena Vacuum Cleaner to the Rainbow and see which is the best.
Why Choose A Water Filtration Vacuum?
Water filtration systems like the Sirena Vacuum Cleaner and Rainbow Vacuum Cleaner succeed where traditional vacuum cleansers fail.
Instead of relying on dust bags to collect dirt, water filtration vacuums force the vacuumed air into a water reservoir, which keeps the dirt trapped within the water and thus prevents it from being blown back into the air.
This is of critical importance for allergy sufferers who are looking for a hypoallergenic vacuum that can eradicate dust mites and allergens from the home, instead of sucking it in and blowing it back out.
This blog aims to compare t
More and more people are suffering from allergies these days, and it only worsens every year with the arrival of spring The Sirena Water Filtration Vacuum could be just what you need.
Regular cleaning can help to alleviate some of the symptoms caused by asthma, breathing sensitivities or allergies to dust mites, pet hair, mould and dirt in the home. A high quality HEPA water filtration vacuum cleaner sucks dust, dirt and allergens into water and will not re-emit allergens back into the air...
Regular vacuuming can can do more harm than good by stirring up particles that were previously settled and blowing it back into the moving air that you breathe. A total nightmare for allergy and asthma sufferers!
A hypoallergenic vacuum cleaner is the best way forward.
We use quite of lot of cleaning products on a day-to-day basis. It's a consumable that we may not think about too much, but they are around us all the time - in the kitchen, the laundry, the bathroom and the garage. The team at Greener Cleaner saw this gap and created a range of eco friendly cleaning products.
Tools used for 'cleaning' such as kitchen dish brushes, floor scrubbing brushes and general use cleaning brushes have a hard (and short) life by nature. They do the hard work to make dirty areas shine again. And if we are using tools to 'clean', we need these tools to be 'clean'. So they get replaced often and over time, this adds up in quantity.
There are an infinite number of resources in the world, so we need to constantly and creatively find ways innovate. The kitchen or floor scrubbing brush is not a 'sexy' item in the home but it's worth thinking about.
Converting waste into new products reduces the consumption of fresh raw materials, reduces energy usage,