Learn About Replacing Filters in Your Vacuum

Most types of vacuums include other filters in addition to the vacuum bag, which is the primary filter for collecting dust and dirt.  Filters should be replaced on a regular basis to keep your Vacuum Cleaner working efficiently and to help eliminate recirculating Dust and Odour while Vacuuming.
Filters are located pre and post motor to collect any fine dust before it passes thru to the motor (pre motor filters) or before the air is expelled from the machine into your room (post motor) – see our filter range

Pre Motor Filters are usually located in the Vacuum Bag Chamber, as below;






Post Motor Filters can be located behind the Vacuum Bag Chamber, at the back  or even underneath the Vacuum Cleaner ;