dustbag

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dustbag

[ˈdʌstbæg] Nbolsa f de aspiradora
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Always stash your bag in its original dustbag and fill it with stuffing, use butter paper to stuff inside to maintain its shape.
Full dustbag in hand, Dawn the DIY ophthalmologist conferred and concurred: "There's no stinger, must have dropped out." She went back to her hoovering.
"I'd been asking for a pair of Louboutins for my 18th for years, so when my birthday finally came and I got them I loved them so much I didn't want to take them out of their dustbag!" she laughs.
"She gave me five items back and kept the most expensive, including Vivienne Westwood shoes, a leather jewellery box with dustbag and a Paul Smith top.
Just click dustbag.co.uk or call 0870 609 3834, tell them your vacuum's make and model number and they'll find what you're after and send it out to you same day delivery.
A capacious dustbag is good for many cleanings and easily replaceable -- without the mess usually associated with such a chore.
Electrolux launched its Cyclone Casette, a feature on its Power System upright that allows the user to choose between a disposable paper dustbag or removable cup for storing debris that the vac removes during cleaning.
A plastic tube replaces the vacuum's conventional snout, and a plastic cup filled with alcohol replaces the dustbag.
There's a large dustbag, which can be fitted to either the left or right side so it doesn't get in your way, which is clever.
The Miele Revolution has bags more capacity with its 5.8Ls bag and features a self-closing dustbag for hygienic, convenient disposal with bags less mess!