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9 surprising things you can clean with a vacuum

Posted by on Jul. 4, 2017 at 10:37 AM
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Hubert Cecil Booth, a engineer in England invented in 1901 the vacuum cleaner.
Thanks to the invention of Mr Booth, people are managing dirt, dust, pet hair, crumbs and other messes for 113 decades and counting.
The vacuum has come a long way since its early beginnings. Whether you own an upright, canister, bagless, bagless, robotic or vacuum, your vacuum is an important ally in your fight against a home.
At getting floors and carpets clean vacuums do a stellar job, but were you aware that they can tackle regions in your house?

Here are some areas in your home that you’re not vacuuming, but should.

1. Computer keyboard

Your computer keyboard falls under the category of 'neglected' things in regards to cleaning.
You're tapping away in the keyboard everyday, sometimes for hours at a time if you are anything like the average individual.
Keyboards are renowned for getting food particles, dust, dirt and other miniature things.
Among the most effective ways of getting rid of all those small particles is to use a vacuum cleaner. Just be sure none of your keys are loose before moving with a vacuum near them.

2. Drawers

You'd be surprised just how much dust can be found within a closed drawer, although you may not consider vacuuming in your drawers.
Take precaution prior to aiming the vacuum nozzle inside the drawer to prevent accidentally sucking up little things such as socks, pens, coins, etc..
Experts suggest stretching a set of nylon stockings. The stocking allows dust to get through while preventing other objects sucked up.

3. Dryer lint chamber and vent

Your dryer's lint chamber and exhaust vent can never be too clean. In addition to making it run resulting in wasted energy lint build-up can lead to a fire.
Vacuum the lint within your dryer as well as the lint that accumulates in the vent.
Consult your dryer's user manual for ideas about how to safely and correctly clean out the lint as well as how often you need to clean it.

4. Foam pillows

Pillows offer you great neck and head support, and guarantee a great night's rest. However, they present a problem in regards to cleaning.
Like a feather or cotton or polyester fiberfill cushion can pillows can not be washed in the washing machine.
To eliminate dust mites, skin cells and dirt, vacuum them preferably once a week.

5. Mattresses

Just mattresses are magnets for dust, dirt and dust mites.
Should you vacuum them? Experts suggest that you vacuum your mattress.
So, the next time you flip your bed (experts suggest flipping your bed every six months), then vacuum the top, sides and within the crevices of this mattress.

6. Heating and air conditioning vents

Heating ducts and ports do a fantastic job of circulating cool and warm air throughout your house. But if they haven't been cleaned in some time, they circulating unwanted dirt and dust.
Using a brush attachment, then move as part of the vacuuming routine over the slats.

7. Refrigerator coils

Refrigerator coils, also referred to as condenser coils, play an essential role.
The coils are found from the rear, bottom or top of the refrigerator.
They compel your fridge, when the coils become clogged of hair. This raises unnecessary strain.
Always unplug your refrigerator and ask with your user manual for safety and cleaning suggestions.

8. Window blinds

Window blinds come in an array of styles materials and designs, but they all have one thing in common - .
While regularly running feather duster or a microfiber cloth is actually the best method to wash dust accumulation, cleaning experts implies having a small brush attachment to undertake heavier dust.
For your best results, go over the blinds at the management of the forks on the lightest setting to avoid damaging delicate slats.

9. Brooms

Utilizing a broom to sweep your flooring is counterproductive. Run the vacuum cleaner nozzle above the seams to eliminate hair and dirt, before putting your broom to work with.

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by on Jul. 4, 2017 at 10:37 AM
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by on Aug. 20, 2017 at 10:31 AM

It does also have the attachments. I will start using them. It will definitely make the house look nicer.

by on Sep. 4, 2017 at 10:31 PM
Already do all this.
You can also put the pillows in the dryer on high heat to kill dust mites.
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