Vacuums are used monthly, weekly, even daily in almost every room and crevice of our homes. These cleaning appliances are beneficial for making our homes look neat and clean. However, sometimes we may suck things up that could do harm to the vacuum itself, causing damage or causing it to break all together. So what are some things we can and cannot vacuum up?
Cleaning your appliances may seem like a hassle, but if you have the right tools it doesn’t have to be. What’s even better is when you can find a multipurpose tool. One item that we think you should definitely have in your home is a Crevice Wand Attachment for your vacuum cleaner, and that’s why we’ve made them our Pick of the Week.
We know that cleaning in and around your appliances can be tricky. They can be difficult to move, are usually against a wall, and are full of small spaces that can collect dirt, dust, and debris. That’s where the Crevice Wand or Tool comes in.
You’ve had your current appliance for what seems like a lifetime, and all those years ago you promised to run it to the ground. But, what happens if it’s Christmas Eve and you are left without a working oven? Or it is someone’s birthday and you can’t cook them their favorite meal? It may be time to start planning out the purchase of an appliance before you get stuck. Surprisingly there are some dates that are better than others for appliance purchasing.
Whenever the floor gets dirty we grab our vacuum cleaner and clean up the mess, but we don’t usually think about cleaning the vacuum cleaner that gets rid of all our messes. If you don’t clean your vacuum cleaner overtime it will not work as well as it should. Good news for you, you can clean your vacuum cleaner in 7 easy steps!