If we examine, nowadays, more and more households are using the canister vacuum. The Canister Vacuums are no doubt a better option than the traditional vacuums. The cleaning nozzle in a canister vacuum is placed at the end of a wand and then it’s linked to the main vacuum unit via a hose. The canister vacuum also has an engine, filter and dust bags and wheels that help for smooth dragging over the floor.
However, unlike the traditional vacuum cleaners, using a canister vacuum is quite different, but not much. Well, the wand of a canister vacuum is light and easy to manipulate. You can easily reach under your house furniture and extract out the dust.
Today I will tell you in a step-by-step manner, how you can use a canister vacuum.
How to use a canister vacuum?
- Attach the sucking pipe with the head of the vacuum Don’t forget to fasten the sucking pipe securely.
- Turn on the vacuum.
- Don’t try to pull or drag with the vacuum pipe in hand. Instead, make use of the handle that you can find on the top of the vacuum. There are two wheels behind and unlike the normal vacuum cleaners; these wheels are quite small in size, but frictionless at the same time.
Benefits of a Canister Vacuum
- There isn’t any restriction on the size of the engine. This makes the canister vacuums much powerful then the traditional vacuums.
- Canister vacuums are lighter and easier to carry from place to place.
- The best canister vacuums have a better maneuverability.
- Because of the hose, the canister vacuums are ideal for cleaning the stairs and places where it seems difficult to reach with your traditional vacuums cleaners.
- Canister Vac. Is more silent than the normal vacuums.
- They can be easily equipped with tons of tools like the upholstery brush, crevice nozzle, and even a mechanized brush, thus increasing their overall efficiency when using on carpets and rugs.
A few Safety Tips For Using Vacuum Cleaner
- After using the vacuum cleaner, store it in a dry and cool location.
- Avoid cleaning a wet surface with a vacuum cleaner. It can damage its motor and might possibly short circuit it.
- If you are using your vacuum cleaner on regular basis, make sure that you get it serviced by a skilled technician, or if you can, by yourself.
- Never use a vacuum cleaner for outdoor purposes. This is because most of the commercial vacuum cleaners aren’t certified for outdoor use.
- Don’t leave the plug inside the socket when the vacuum cleaner is not in use. This saves from any accidents or damage to the wire or parts of the vacuum cleaner.
- Avoid vacuuming nails, glass or any other hard objects. They might damage the interior parts of a vacuum cleaners.
Make sure, your kids aren’t playing around the vacuum cleaner. Most of them are would try to reach the sucking pipe right away. It could be dangerous.