Crucial Vacuum: We Sell Generic Kenmore Magic Blue Vacuum Bags
To keep your home clean, you’ve got to vacuum it on a regular basis. And to make sure your vacuuming actually accomplishes what you hope it does, you need to regularly change out your vacuum bags.
Otherwise, you risk barely sucking up any dirt or debris. And because you’ll dislodge dust during the process, you might even end up with a home that’s dirtier when all is said and done! That doesn’t sound like the best use of time now, does it?
The good news is that changing your vacuum cleaner bags is incredibly easy. When you shop at Crucial Vacuum, it’s incredibly affordable, too.
Say “No” to Middlemen
As you begin your search for replacement Kenmore Magic Blue vacuum bags, you’ll quickly see you have two choices: You could either buy an OEM part that carries a significant price tag, or you could choose to go with a generic replacement component that costs considerably less — without compromising on quality.
Believe it or not, when you buy an OEM part in a store, you might end up paying as much as eight times more than that product cost to make. That’s because most brand-name companies actually outsource the construction of their replacement products to third-party vendors. Once finished, those products are shipped to retailers who have to turn a profit, too. At each step in these kinds of supply chains, middlemen take their cut, passing those expenses on to you.
At Crucial Vacuum, we design and build everything we sell in our own facilities. And we ship them directly to you via our easy-to-use website. This modern take on the supply chain results in considerable cost savings that are reflected in our low prices.
To save even more, you might want to consider ordering our generic Kenmore Magic Blue vacuum bags on a subscription basis. You can choose how often you’d like to receive these packs, and you’ll get an extra five percent off of your order.
And one more thing: We ship all of our orders to U.S. addresses for free, so you stand to save even more. What’s not to like?