There are a huge range of tools and attachments to help you with the vacuuming, including everything from specialist tools for cleaning those hard-to-reach areas to innovative attachments for tackling stairs and pet hair. You can buy vacuum cleaner tools at BuySpares.
In order to prolong the lifespan of your carpets and keep them looking their absolute best, vacuuming is an essential – if not always popular – household cleaning chore. But how often should you vacuum? What’s the best tool for the job? What pitfalls need to be avoided?
Now that Christmas is over for another year, you’ll soon be taking down all the decorations and returning your home to its usual look. You will want to make sure your vacuum cleaner is in top condition, especially if you need pick up pine needles or other stubborn debris.
This is our favourite ‘Appliance-Related Story’ of the week:
A student from Loughborough University has created a new uber-eco-friendly type of vacuum cleaner – made out of recycled cardboard.
By the amount of sneezing going on at the moment, it’s clear that a lot of us are affected by the dreaded hayfever. Although there’s not much we can do to protect ourselves from that pesky pollen when out and about, the type of vacuum you use can really help to reduce allergy triggers inside your house.
But when Fido or Tiddles abandons you in search of food, you’re left with moulted fur all over the sofa. And that’s not the end of it; the hairy deposits aren’t just confined to the sofa but all over the floor and probably stuck to your clothes and possessions too.
In this post we show you how to keep your vacuum cleaner in top condition. We reveal a few secrets that can extend the lifespan of your vacuum cleaner and ensure it deliver fantastic cleaning performance, time after time. Keep reading to find out how to change a snapped drive belt and discover when the best time to change your vacuum bag is.