The vacuum cleaner is the most useful appliance that can help you clean the entire house, but who will clean the vacuum cleaner?
Yes, the vacuum cleaner needs periodically cleaning and disinfection. In addition, a cleaned vacuum means cleaner air and less fine dust in the house.
How to proceed?
- Unplug the vacuum cleaner.
- Throw away the dust residues from the dust bag, or change the paper bag with a new one.
- Clean the vacuum cleaner filter, and rinse every piece of it with water in which you’ve added 2 tablespoons of detergent.
- Cleaning the vacuum’s cleaner filter makes the air drawn through the back it, clean and unpleasant.
- Untangle a wire hanger, and use the wire to unclog the hose and other hard-to-reach areas of the vacuum cleaner, where hair and dirt gather.
- Wrap paper towels or a wet cloth on a broom stick and catch it with duct tape, so that it won’t get stick when you clean the hose.
- Clean the entire hose on the inside with this “device”, taking care not to pepper it.
- Moisten another cloth in vinegar and stick it to the broom stick, and repeat the procedure to disinfect the hose.
- Don’t use the vacuum cleaner again until the smell of vinegar has completely disappeared, meaning that all components have dried out.
- Clean the carpet brushes with vinegar to disinfect all parts that come into direct contact with dirty surfaces in the house.
- Pay attention not to touch the rubber parts of the vacuum cleaner , because vinegar will corrode it.
- Wipe well with a damp cloth all the outer parts of the vacuum cleaner, but make sure it is unplugged.