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Miele Hyclean bags verses Kenmore Hepa bags
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Post# 183003   5/28/2012 at 21:29 (2,861 days old) by joshdonnell ()        

I know Mieles Hyclean are very well made , but.. After using a Kenmore vacuum the bags seem maybe better. Idk . What do yall think?




Post# 183415 , Reply# 1   5/31/2012 at 13:34 (2,858 days old) by sebo_fan (Scotland, UK, member AKA ukvacfan, & Nar2)        

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If Kenmore are using default European Panasonic dust bags, then I can offer some opinions here. Having had a Panasonic compact canister for a couple of months, I find the synthetic dust bag to be a lot better made and feels thicker than Miele's HyClean series. However, whilst Miele's bags are more elaborately designed and have that failing/improving dust seal release flap, the Panasonic's cardboard slot isn't as well made and the bags I got from Panasonic don't have seals on them. 





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