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5 Super Smart Tips to Maintain Your Vacuum Cleaner

Your vacuum cleaner does a lot to ensure cleanliness and prevention of bad smells in your house. Thatís why it is not just an equipment but it is an important investment that you make for the cleaning needs of your house. So, you need to ensure proper care and maintenance of your vacuum cleaner to get the maximum value from your investment. It will not only let you save on your repair costs but will also do a lot to ensure its efficiency.

There is a lot that you can do to get your vacuum cleaner working like a new and for your convenience, here we are mentioning the smart maintenance tips for your vacuum cleaner.

Check and replace bags on regular basis
The vacuum cleaners have bags which they use to store dirt, dust, and debris collected during the cleaning process. Once this bag gets full, you should dispose it and use a new one. So, you need to check your vacuumís bag regularly and should replace it before it gets fully filled. It is because as the bag fills, the efficiency of the machine reduces. In the case you use the bag even after it is full, it will not only create a mess but the machine would also be at risk.

Empty your bagless vacuum after every use
The bagless vacuum cleaners come with the removable bin to store the debris. This bin is fixed in the front of the device. You need to empty this bin on regular basis and as most of the models feature transparent bin, you can easily see when it gets full. Though most of the people empty the bin when it gets full, you are recommended to empty it prior to every use as it will ensure the optimal efficiency of the machine.

Avoid using conventional vacuum cleaner on wet surfaces

The conventional vacuum cleaners are not designed to work on the wet surfaces, so, you should avoid using them on such surfaces. In the case the water penetrates in the machine, it can lead to short circuit and can destroy the fan. Even there are the chances of happening more damage to the machine. In the case, you often need to clean wet/moist surface with the vacuum cleaner, you should go for a wet/dry vacuum cleaner.

Clean the filters

Clean your vacuum cleanerís filters at least once in a month. Unplug the machine, remove the attachments and clean its filters. You can clean the attachments with the wet cloth or can use a detergent while the filters can be rinsed thoroughly with water. You can refer to your vacuum cleanerís instruction manual to know how and how often you should clean the filters.

Remove debris from the brush roll
Over the time, the debris and certain items like hair, floss, etc. get wrapped around the roll and prevent it from spinning properly. So, to keep your vacuum cleaner running properly, you must remove the debris from the brush roll, on a frequent basis.

Replacing a vacuum cleaner is expensive; you can cut these expenses by arranging just a few minutes for its maintenance. And the above-given tips will definitely help you to ensure deep cleaning and proper maintenance of your vacuum cleaner.

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post #2 of Old 08-11-2017, 08:29 AM
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Excellent advice. I cant tell you how often I go into a home, and find that their vacuum cleaner has probably NEVER been thoroughly cleaned. I always bring my own, but if an owner wants me to use theirs, I do. And of course, if it has not been taken care of, it will not do a good job. I then have to spend time cleaning their vacuum cleaner, and doing some basic education on how to do it. For some reason, it seems to me that bagless vacuums clog more easily. Hair gets wrapped around the brush roller head, and if the filters havent been cleaned, the machine just wont work. Before I became a professional house cleaner, I made the same mistake, and ruined a perfectly good Shark wand vacuum. Never again!
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Does anyone use a vacuum cleaner robot? Are you happy with its performance? I love this smart device. Unfortunately, I can use only on one floor of my house as there are too many obstacles on the other. Either than that, there are no shortcomings. I often Find Necessary Hi-Tech Product Easy on 4Prototypes. And where do you buy your gadgets?

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heey, thanks for the tips!
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