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Vacuum Manufacturer Warns Against Online Cleaning Hack

February 27, 2020

Cleaning professionals know properly caring for their vacuums and other cleaning tools helps them work more efficiently. Proper care involves following manufacturer’s guidelines so as not to damage equipment during the cleaning.

Cleaning experts along with vacuum manufacturer Dyson Ltd. have been warning people not to follow a recent online cleaning hack that involves submerging vacuum parts in a bathtub overnight, Ideal Home reports. After several people admitted to following this tip, Dyson, warned against submerging vacuum components in water, as once moisture is absorbed into the machine, a variety of components, from motors to hoses, can be harmed. The only part of the vacuum that should be washed with water is the filter. For other parts, wiping it with a cloth is sufficient. 

Learn how to properly care for vacuums and other cleaning equipment.

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