Hello and welcome to my cleaning blog. Cleaning can bring you a lot of joy. Without it, our homes and businesses would literally be covered in old food, dust, and garbage. My name is Penny, and in this blog, I'm going to cover cleaning techniques and tips for staying organized. Whether you are trying to wash a stain out of a shirt or keep on top of the vacuuming, I hope these posts help. I also plan to write about hiring professional cleaners for your home, office, or even your industrial facility. My hope is that this blog brings you as much joy as a clean space.
Carpet can be an extremely common type of flooring, but it is a very difficult type of flooring to clean. This flooring material is comprised of many densely packed fibers, and dirt or other items can get wedged between these fibers. A powerful commercial carpet vacuum can be highly effective at cleaning the carpet, but these devices will sustain major wear. Preventing serious problems will require you to follow best practices when it comes to caring for this vacuum.
Keep The Vacuum's Air Filters Clean And Clear
Dirty air filters can be a source of serious damage to the vacuum. Over the time that you use the vacuum, the filter will become coated in a thick layer of dust and dirt. These substances will cause the air flowing through the filter to be severely decreased, which can lead to the motor of the vacuum burning out. Prior to using the vacuum, you should always check the air filters to make sure that they are not completely coated in dirt and dust. As long as you are still able to see some of the white of the filter fabric, you may be able to delay changing the filter.
Avoid Vacuuming Large Items
If you are using a commercial strength vacuum for your carpets, it can be easy to overestimate the ability of these vacuums to remove large items fro the carpet. For example, bottle caps, paper clips and other hard or large items can clog the tubes in the vacuum. While this may be less likely to occur with commercial vacuums due to using larger tubes, it is still a problem that can be very challenging to correct, and it may cause serious damage to your unit. By sweeping any of these larger items off the floor, you can help protect your vacuum against this potential source of damage.
Wrap The Cord To Prevent Damage
During the times when you are not using your vacuum, you will want to protect the cord against damage. The cords on vacuums can be a commonly damaged component. This is particularly true for those that fail to tightly wrap the cord when the vacuum is not being used. Most of these vacuums will have a specially designed hook that will be able to securely hold the cord in place. If you do not tightly wrap it, you may find that the cord suffers loose connection, degraded plastic insulation or other potentially hazardous problem.
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