How to truly deep clean a bagless vacuum cleaner is detailed in this step by step tutorial. When was the last time you cleaned your vacuum cleaner? Are you ready to give your vacuum cleaner a deep cleaning? Then just some seconds and I will put you on track for the best procedure.
Cleaning a vacuum cleaner seems more complicated than it actually is. A couple tools and 15 minutes and you’ll have a clean and like new vacuum
cleaner. Try this simple step-by-step and you’ll most likely notice that your vacuum works better and runs more smoothly. Do this little routine monthly and you’ll be extending the life of your vacuum cleaner.”
Tools needed for Cleaning a Vacuum Cleaner
You will be needing a garbage bag, old scissors or seam ripper, cotton pads, rubbing alcohol, water source, a cleaning cloth or paper towels.
I will be guiding you on how to clean your vacuum in this clean mama series but it is always advisable to always follow the instructions that come with your vacuum cleaner.
How to go about the process
Most importantly, empty the canister in a garbage bag or remove and dispose of vacuum cleaner bag, Make sure it’s completely dry before you return it to the vacuum cleaner, Completely wipe down the entire vacuum cleaner with a damp microfiber cloth, Change or clean any filters following the manufacturer’s directions, Over the top tip – If you have any scuff marks from your woodwork, you can quickly remove scuff marks with rubbing alcohol on a cotton pad.
I will be taking you through on how to figure out how to take the canister apart to make the process simpler and also pointing out the importance of disinfecting the machine in this manual.
Sometimes missing regular maintenance steps that are innocently overlooked can lead to a loss in suction power.
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