Ace Vacuums’ Expert Tips: Maintaining Your Vacuum for Longevity
1. Regularly Empty the Dustbin or Replace the Bag:
- Bagged Vacuums: Do not wait until the bag is full. Replace it when it’s 2/3 full to maintain suction power.
- Bagless Vacuums: Empty the dustbin after each use to prevent overfilling and loss of suction.
Most vacuums have HEPA or other types of filters to trap dust and allergens. Clean or replace them according to the manufacturer’s guidelines.
Hair, string, and other debris can get tangled around the brush roll, affecting its rotation. Clean it regularly to ensure efficient cleaning.
A worn-out or stretched belt can reduce the brush roll’s efficiency. Check it regularly and replace it if necessary.
Check the hose and attachments for any blockages. A clogged vacuum can lead to loss of suction and overheating.
Keep the exterior of your vacuum clean by wiping it down with a damp cloth.
Store your vacuum in a cool, dry place to prevent any potential damage.
Ensure you are using the correct settings for the floor type you are cleaning. Using the wrong setting can put unnecessary strain on the vacuum.
Consider taking your vacuum to a professional for a check-up, especially if you notice a loss in performance.
Familiarize yourself with the user manual. Understanding how your vacuum works can help in maintaining it properly.
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- 24 Oct, 2023