Your home hides dust, bacteria, allergens and/or pollutants you can't see.
Airborne pollutants and allergens settle as fine dust.
Mostly made up of microscopic particles, they get into furniture, gaps in floorboards and tiny crevices. Sweeping and mopping may make surfaces look clean, but it doesn't always remove all of the dust and dirt.
We went into 100 Indian homes across Delhi NCR (40 households), Bengaluru (30 households) and Mumbai (30 households).1 Dust samples were collected from four areas in the home which included sofas, mattresses, carpets and car interiors. The highest levels of dust found in each of the surfaces are highlighted below. A total of 12,491 grams of hidden dust was captured using the Dyson cord-free vacuum cleaner.2
74 Grams of dust in sofas
93 Grams of dust in mattresses
115 Grams of dust in carpets
194 Grams of dust in car interiors
Powerful suction removes deep-down dirt from mattresses and upholstery.
The average mattress contains up to two million dust mites and their faeces.3 The warm, humid environment is ideal for them to live and breed, where they feed on the 25g of dead skin cells that we deposit in our beds each month.4 Research shows that powerful vacuum suction is the best way to remove the faeces and dead skin.
Dyson cord-free vacuums with constant powerful suction and whole-machine filtration capture and seal in allergens and microscopic dust.
A vacuum cleaner can pick up pollutants, bacteria and dust. But if it's badly sealed, they can leak back into the air.
The Dyson Cyclone V10™ vacuum has whole-system filtration to capture dust and seal in 99.97% of pollutants as small as 0.3 microns.6