January is traditionally a month in which people knuckle down and try to stick to their resolutions. Gym membership applications go through the roof, schedules are cleared for family time… if you think about it, it’s actually a positive and uplifting time of year.
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You’ve got to hand it to Electrolux. They launched their ‘Vac from the Sea’ campaign last year, aiming to highlight ‘the immediate need for the world to take better care of plastics and support the heroes that do’. A noble cause, I’m sure you’ll agree. To highlight the problem, they’ve harvested plastic debris from ocean sites around the world where ‘the plastic problem is immense’, and created unique, fully working vacuums based on the Electrolux Ultra One Green model.
Universal vacuum tools are an inexpensive alternative to genuine tools, or a lifesaver if the tool for your vacuum is unavailable. Although we’ve found that customers often have doubts over whether ‘universal’ really means universal. Check out this video to put your mind to rest:
You may be of the opinion that once the motor goes on your Dyson, it’s time to shell out for a new one. However, in this video, Matt shows you that while the motor is one of the hardest Dyson spare parts to fit, it’s still achievable with a bit of patience, a torx head screwdriver and a complete strip down of your vacuum.
Henry and Hetty vacuum cleaners are part of the Numatic appliance range. We have one in our office and I got to use it when Mike accidentally broke a glass by his desk. True story. What impressed me about our Henry is that despite appearing to be a rather simplistic looking vacuum cleaner it’s got great cleaning power and is very sturdy. They are clearly made to last the long haul.
If taken care of properly your vacuum cleaner will last you quite a long time. We’ve got loads of articles in our Advice Centre that will guide you through what to do if your vacuum cleaner has lost suction. In our latest video our Marketing Director, Matt, will guide you through how to replace the power cable and reel on a Hetty (or Henry) vacuum cleaner.
We hold our hands up and say that carrying cleaning tools that are considered ‘generic’ or ‘universal’ has been a real struggle for us. We carry them for our customers who own vacuums where the genuine tools just aren’t made any more. On our landing pages we do our best to explain within the product description what you need to do to ensure that the tools will fit. Regardless we still encounter a higher than desirable return rate on these items with the reason being that the tool didn’t fit the cleaner.
It is frustrating when your trusty vacuum cleaner just doesn’t clean as well as it used to. Nobody wants to have a vacuum cleaner that only does a half-hearted job. The good news is that when your vacuum cleaner loses suction in most instances it’s quite easy to fix yourself. Here’s our text guide to fixing your vacuum cleaner.
Our video team has once again been at work to bring you our latest offering which demonstrates how to replace the pre-motor and HEPA filters in the VEC-21 Pet Essentials cleaner. Replacing and regularly maintaining the filters on your vacuum cleaner, as recommended by the manufacturer, is very important.