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#1 Post by SaraBailey » Mon Nov 25, 2019 7:39 am

How to vacuum – best cleaning guide!

Cleaning your house with a vacuum cleaner entails more than running the vacuum over the floor. It also includes finding the best products of cleaners. If you think you know how to clean and vacuum, this article is still useful for you. Whether you don’t believe it, try it. We will look at brilliant ways to finish the job done as quickly and efficiently as possible.

You might think vacuuming is very simple, only plug and switch it on, but it’s not that simple at all.

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1. Prepare to vacuum

Firstly, you need to remove large pieces of debris which might damage your vacuum, and don’t forget to check the canister or the bag to see if it is empty. This step will ensure you get brilliant results.

Then attachment that you intend to use first. Usually, we start with the central head and the crevice tool. We rarely try out brush head because of its strange looks. You should read the top reviews of vacuum cleaners to see user’s different experience, it would help you a lots.

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2. Vacuum attachment

In this step, you need to know the best of products with good attachments. It will be a shame if you are always using the same program. Different vacuum attachments are generally designed to provide quick and effective results on different surfaces. It might be impossible to know all, but some main things below would help you find our enough for sure Image Good product review TheKingLive.
  • Main head: You will use the canister the most. It is for deep cleaning, and some come with the lift up function for the carpet or the stiff brush for the hard floor.
  • Crevice tool: The short slim with an angled tip, you can use it to get in the corners, the top of the skirting board, or behind the radiator. This is one of the top 2 most crucial attachment, and you cannot miss.
  • Extension tool: It is the same as the crevice but linger without tip, and you can fit with another hand. It is for the celling.
  • Dust brush: It is a round brush head for delicate vacuum jobs. Some painted windowsills which you avoid scratching or around the books avoiding sucking up, this tool is necessary.
  • Upholstery tool: It is a small version of the main head. It has the lint catching strip for vacuuming upholstery.
  • Pet grooming: It is for cleaning pet hairs; it is ideal for a dog or cat’s bed; some can be used on pets.
3. Plugin

You have to find the right socket, then plug the vacuum in by the door, then start on the different part of a room, and after that your way back, then you can end up by the socket.

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4. Choose the right power setting

The delicate setting is for unfixed and flimsy materials, while the power mode is for fixed carpet. to put the vacuum cleaners on the excellent work, you need to use a different setting.

In conclusion, the above are general things we should know before start finding out how to vacuum the specific surfaces and stuff. Don’t forget purchasing the best vacuum cleaners from The best products TheKingLive.com Image to see how effective it is, Amazon product is always recommended for shopping vacuums. Let share your thoughts with us!
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#2 Post by Peter » Mon Nov 25, 2019 6:57 pm

Hi Sara, welcome to the forum.
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#3 Post by Dave S » Mon Nov 25, 2019 7:08 pm

Hi Sara, and welcome.
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#4 Post by Roldorf » Mon Nov 25, 2019 7:57 pm

Hi Sarah & welcome
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#5 Post by PeteM » Mon Nov 25, 2019 8:44 pm

Welcome +4

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#6 Post by mrsonchus » Mon Nov 25, 2019 9:11 pm

Welcome Sara, you'll find plenty of friendly-folk here!
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