How To Clean A Vacuum Cleaner?

How To Clean A Vacuum Cleaner?

Vacuum cleaners are not new to the world. They have been ruling over for decades now and well, they just keep getting better. With new and better inventions, you can now get your hands on portable vacuum and cordless vacuum. We at Roidmi have introduced our line of great quality portable vacuum and cordless vacuum that will fit your budget! 


But how to determine if a vacuum cleaner is of a good quality? Here’s what makes Roidmi’s portable vacuum and cordless vacuum stand out:

  • Efficiently cleans hard surfaces like wood and tile;
  • Able to clean up dirt, dust and debris from multiple surfaces;
  • Can effectively clean carpeted floors;
  • Has attachments like the pet hair brush and the crevice tool.

Cleaning A Vacuum Cleaner

Why Clean Your Vacuum Cleaner?

Vacuums are one of the easiest household chores that every person should take care of on a regular basis. Cleaning your vacuum cleaner by hand can get messy and time-consuming, but it will also keep your machine running smoothly and efficiently.

Why should you clean your vacuum cleaner?

Cleaning your vacuum cleaner properly will help prolong its life. It will also make using the product more pleasant by getting rid of any unpleasant smells or dust particles that might get sucked into the device. Dust mite, dander, animal hair, pet hair and other allergens can make their way into the air ducts of your home via the vacuum cleaner

How To Clean Your Vacuum Cleaner

Make sure you:

  • Turn off or unplug the vacuum cleaner before applying the dish soap.
  • Completely dry before putting away; otherwise, it may get clogged up again with dirt and then be unusable.
  • Use the product on all hard surfaces like floors, counters, walls, and furniture; but avoid using it in bathrooms or near any water sources because it will damage

The Common Way

  • Clear out the debris;
  • Remove any filters that are clogged with dust or dirt;
  • Take off any hoses that may be tangled;
  • Check for loose screws or bolts on screws that hold parts in place
  • Brush out hair from the crew.

Using Vinegar

  • Unplug the vacuum cleaner and spray water into its intake opening or add a cup of white vinegar into the tank;
  • Let it soak for about 15 minutes then unplug and remove the water from the tank;
  • Turn on your vacuum cleaner again and let it run for about 15 minutes before turning it off again;
  • For stubborn stains, use a mild detergent mixed with warm water to spot clean areas which need more attention.

Using Baking Soda and Lemon

  • First you need to attach a hose from your sink or bathtub into your vacuum cleaner;
  • Then fill the tank with hot water and add a few drops of dishwashing liquid;
  • Next, pour in some lemon juice;
  • After that, mix it well with a spatula for about 20 minutes;
  • Then add some baking soda to make it foamy and rinse it off with some water from the tap;
  • After this rinse off stage is complete, use cold water to make the foam disappear and then let dry for at least an hour before use again!