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The eSpares team loves playing around with appliances. We also love to compete against our colleagues from time to time (all in the spirit of fun of course). So what better way to combine the two than with a timed obstacle course to put our vacuuming speed and prowess to the test!
Here’s the tragic story of a bad relationship between a vacuum owner and a vacuum cleaner. Every time they clean together the vacuum cleaner filter gets more and more clogged and the vacuum’s suction gets weaker and weaker. Eventually, the owner gives up on the old model and trades the appliance in for a shiny new one.
Potential vacuum cleaner owners, listen up! If you’re not sure which type of vacuum is better, bagged or bagless, we don’t blame you because the answer is neither. Both types have pros and cons so the choice ultimately comes down to personal preference. Despite our many talents, we can’t read minds so you’re going to have to make this decision on your own.
It’s time to come clean. Does your vacuum spend most of its time just sitting there gathering dust? Sporadic vacuumers, you know who you are. If you really want to get your money’s worth whilst vacuuming we can show you how to put your cleaner to work in ways that are a little bit cleverer than just running it across the carpet.
Sure, we’ve all got home appliances. But who said you only had to use appliances in your home? Exactly, no one. Enter the wonderful world of appliances for the office, or, to be more specific, desk vacuums.
If a plate of crisps gets overturned at a party, or someone treks in grass from the garden, out comes the handheld vac. But your trusty crumb sucker is good for more than just occasional spillages.
When it comes to cleaning your home, which is the one appliance you turn to first? For many it’ll be the vacuum cleaner. So what do you do when this stops sucking and doesn’t remove the dirt from your floors?
According to one study, 44% of us replace our vacuums when they become inefficient, despite it often being a result of poor maintenance. Not cleaning the filter of your vacuum cleaner is one of the main reasons the appliance stops sucking and below we explain how to fix this and two other common faults which reduce the suction in your vacuum cleaner.