What Vacuum Is Comparable to a Dyson – What To Really Buy

It seems that everyone likes to compare every vacuum cleaner to a Dyson. As if Dyson has become the standard in the industry. Don’t get me wrong, Dyson does make some good vacuum cleaners, but they’re not the only ones around. Instead of everyone asking if one vacuum cleaner is comparable to a Dyson, it

How Often To Vacuum This & That

Ever found yourself scratching your head, wondering how often you should be vacuuming your home and its various inhabitants? You’re not alone! Today, we’re on a mission to demystify the vacuuming schedule. We’re rounding up all the things that deserve a good vacuuming and dishing out recommendations on how often you should roll out your

How to Clean a Vacuum Cleaner Brush

We’ve all been there – hair, strings, and other debris getting tangled in your vacuum cleaner’s beater brush, turning it into a less efficient cleaning machine. The good news is that modern vacuum cleaner manufacturers have got your back. They’ve made it super easy to clean that trapped hair off the brush. Today, I’m walking

Best Vacuum For Pet Hair & Dander – How The EXPERTS Do It

Hold on, you’ve been on a quest for the ultimate pet hair-busting vacuum, but there’s a game-changing trick you might have missed! Enter the carpet rake – the secret weapon of experts. Picture it as a brush that’s your ticket to effective pet hair removal. First, comb your carpet with the rake to lift the

How Often You Should Change Your Vacuum’s Filter

The great vacuum filter debate – it’s enough to leave you scratching your head! Everyone seems to have their own take on when to change those filters, be it standard or HEPA. Here’s my two cents: if you’re a once-a-week vacuumer, swap out your filter once a year. But if allergies are your arch-nemesis, make

How To Improve or Fix Vacuum Cleaner Suction

Is your vacuum feeling a bit lackluster, struggling to pick up the crumbs and dust bunnies like it used to? It happens to the best of them, but fear not – it’s time to show your vacuum a little TLC. You’ve got two choices here: a trip to the repair shop or a DIY rescue

How Late or Early You Can Vacuum Your Apartment

Ever wondered when it’s too late or too early to crank up that vacuum cleaner in your apartment? I recently had this intriguing question thrown my way. Here’s the scoop – there’s no one-size-fits-all rule, and it largely depends on your neighbors and your apartment’s rules. In this post, we’re diving into the unspoken etiquette

Cleaning Computers Safely: Why Household Vacuums are a No-Go

Thinking of using your trusty household vacuum cleaner to suck the dust out of your computer? Think again! I’d strongly advise against it. Regular vacuums can generate static electricity that spells doom for your computer’s delicate electrical components. And even with all their might, they often leave pesky fine dust clinging to the motherboard. But

Why Your Vacuum Cleaner Keeps Shutting Off

Is your vacuum cleaner playing a game of “shut-off” while you’re trying to clean? Frustrating, right? But fear not, it usually boils down to two culprits: an overheating motor or an electrical hiccup. The good news is that the most common reason for your vacuum’s sudden shutdown is overheating, and it’s often a straightforward fix.

The Safest Way To Vacuum Pine Needles

Vacuuming up those pesky pine needles after the holiday season might seem like a good idea, but trust me, it’s a no-no for your regular vacuum cleaner. Pine needles can wreak havoc on it! In this post, we’ll dive into why you should steer clear of vacuuming pine needles and what smart alternatives you can

Silent Vacuum Cleaner – Why They’re Hard To Find

If you’re like me, you hate loud sounds, especially loud sounds that Vacuum Cleaners make. But did you know that silent vacuum cleaners do exist? Do you want to know the reason why silent vacuum cleaners are so hard to find? It’s because no one wanted them. We’ll… no one in the USA wanted them. Silent

Ants vs. Vacuum: Removing Them From Your Home

Ants can pose a frustrating issue for numerous homeowners, prompting many to resort to using a vacuum cleaner as a solution. While a vacuum cleaner may provide a convenient and swift means to eliminate ants, it raises questions about the effectiveness of killing them and the potential for their escape. This post aims to shed

Vacuum Cleaner Lifespan – How Often to Replace

How often should you replace your Vacuum Cleaner depends on what you have. If you have a Vacuum Cleaner you bought from the “Super Store,” then you should replace it every 3 to 5 years. I’ve only seen a few Super Store vacuum cleaners live up to or past 5 years and they were mostly

Vacuuming AFTER Carpet Cleaning — Just Don’t

If you had your carpets cleaned or your carpets got wet, you’re probably wondering if it’s fine to vacuum your wet carpet? Do not, I repeat, DO NOT vacuum your wet carpets! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen people ruin a great vacuum cleaner because they thought it was fine to vacuum

The Truth About Vacuuming Spiders: Survival or Death

Were you aware that the majority of spiders tend to survive being sucked up by a vacuum cleaner? Whether it’s a Dyson, Hoover, or even a bagless model, there’s a high likelihood that the spider will survive the encounter. So, what do you do? Well, you should still suck them up. Even though it doesn’t