Which one is more expensive – a corded vacuum or a cordless vacuum?
On average, corded hand vacuums come cheaper than cordless models of comparable performance. A good performing corded model will cost $40 or below.
For a cordless vacuum, you have to pay more but the good side is they will give you the benefit of portability. You can get a good model for around $ 50 but the range is very wide and some models can cost more than $100. For models that are head and shoulder above the majority, you need to pay between $100 and $150.

What is a vacuum pump?
It is a device that is used for creating a vacuum. The pump removes gas molecules from a sealed vacuum in order to leave behind a partial vacuum.

What is a vacuum tube?
Vacuum tube is a device that controls electric current through a vacuum in a sealed container and is also known as electron tube in North America and valve in British.

What is a leaf vacuum?
A leaf vacuum allows you to suck up the leaves. Good side about it is that you do not need to rake, which is a tedious and a back-straining job. When combined with a leaf blower, the problem of cleaning a yard full of thick and wet leaves is solved. The blower will push leaves into a neat pile and your vacuum will do the rest by sucking.

What is an ear vacuum?
An Ear Vacuum Cleaner helps to clean the dirt, fluid and soft ear wax from human ears.

What is a bagless vacuum?
Vacuums that come without bags are called bagless vacuums. Such vacuums are designed with a removable debris container or receptacles that need to be emptied after vacuuming. Designs and sizes of debris containers or dirt bins may vary with brands. Some manufacturers emphasize on user-friendliness which allows users to remove the dirt bin very easily.
Bagless vacuums reduce operating costs significantly as users do not have to buy replacement bags.

What is a microfiber mop?
Microfiber mops are constructed of a blend of polyester and polyamide fibers. These fibers are “split” and formed into a single fiber. The blend of fibers has 70-90% polyester which works as the scrubbing and cleaning fiber. The rest 10-30% polyamide performs as the holding and quick drying fiber. To express the ratio of 90% polyester and 10% polyamide, the label of a mop reads “90/10”.