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What Is the Difference Between a Regular Vacuum and a Water Vacuum?

Vacuum cleaners have been around for decades because of their efficient ability to clean modern homes. But not every vacuum has the same capabilities and uses. Shopping the vacuum market can make you feel like there are too many options, but still, none of them are good enough. The key is to find a design and brand that is up to the job of heavy use, high efficiency, and natural cleaning of surfaces and airflow without the use of harmful chemicals. This blog will break down the key differences between a regular vacuum and a water vacuum cleaner. 

How Traditional Vacuums Work

A traditional vacuum uses a motor to suck air through a dry filter that removes dirt and impurities from the surfaces and air in your home. But the design of conventional vacuums has some crucial flaws. Dry messes like dirt, hair, dust, and dander are pretty easy to capture with a regular vacuum cleaner, although some rare particles may escape the filter and bag. The true issue comes when you have to clean up a wet mess, or when you add up the money and time spent emptying and replacing filter bags that are far less efficient than they should be. The bags are also messy (and sometimes, smelly. Ew right?)

How Water Vacuum Cleaners Work

A water vacuum cleaner is a bit different from regular vacuums. The main difference you will notice after trying a water vacuum for the first time is the ease with which you can empty and replace the water filter basin which captures all dirt and then passes the air through the backup HEPA filter. This process is much more effective because there is no chance of particles escaping the water and HEPA filter and re-entering the airflow. Sure 95 or even 99% effectiveness can be enough for some homeowners. But pet owners, allergy sufferers, and parents all know that 100% purification of the air can make a huge difference. 

Why You Should Invest In A Water Vacuum

When you add the features, efficiency, and longevity, getting a water vacuum should be a no-brainer. But the wide array of brands and models can still make the process intimidating. Shopping by brand online can be dangerous if you don’t do your research. Using reviews, common sense, and contacting support lines should give you a feel for what kinds of business you are dealing with. The better the brand, the better your product will likely be.

Sirena Makes The Best Water Vacuum Around

If you are concerned about keeping your surfaces and airflow as clear as possible, then there is no question that Sirena has the best water vacuum you can hope to buy. Smart shoppers will recognize the incredible array of features, prices, and support that aren’t available from other manufacturers. Explore our collection online and get your home spotless in no time! We can’t wait to serve you with the world’s favorite water vacuum cleaner.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2022 reviews
Ms. M (Laurel, MD)
I love it so far!

I've only had my Sirena for a month, but I was tired of dealing with lesser quality stick vacuums breaking down every year. I'm so glad I decided to splurge on the cost and get this. My carpet is brighter and the room smells fresh and clean when I'm finished.

Donna G (Briarcliff Manor, NY)
Love the Sirena

Had to replace my Rainbow which I had for 30 yrs( the price way too much) decided to try the Sirena . and love it

Sergey Getman (Yerington, NV)
Everything is excellent - as expected

Everything is excellent - as expected. I had a water vacuum cleaner from another manufacture and I can compare. As of today, Sirena Vacuum Cleanre works much better.

Junie Jacobs (Lumberton, NC)

It collects dust and dirt as you clean and vacuum, I love the rollers cadet . It’s still too soon to give a quality review.

Mandesa Powell
My new favorite vacuum

The Sirena is excellent at picking up everything from dust to cat hair on furniture. There is no dusty mess when cleaning up since the water traps everything and deodorizes the air. My only regret is that they didn't have an option to purchase a longer hose to help with stairs.

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