There are many myths and truths about vacuum cleaners and other cleaning supplies floating about on the internet. While some may seem true, this is not always the case. Hearsay has taken hold of certain statements that are now heard as truth when, in reality, they are complete inventions. Knowing the difference between truthful statements and complete myths will not only better allow you to clean your home, but enrich your ability to distinguish between vacuums when embarking on your next journey for a new vacuum cleaner.
Myth: The Weight of a Vacuum Cleaner Determines How Easy it is to Use
Many vacuums are marketed heavily on the fact that they are light and easy to use. While the marketed weight of a vacuum cleaner is an indication of how heavy it is before adding contents into the filtration system, it does not account for a slew of other factors.
Vacuum cleaners come in varying shapes and sizes. What you must consider (pun fully intended) in addition to the weight of a vacuum includes the location of the handle. You should also pay attention to if it is easy to place and leave in the center of the room. The length and size of the suction tube and attachments are also important. And, keeping in mind how easy it is to clean out the filtration system can also influence your decision. Factoring some of these into your decision-making process when considering your next vacuum cleaner will be beneficial to you in the long run.
Myth: Some Vacuums Require No Maintenance or Replacement Parts
Like almost all machines on the planet, all vacuum cleaners also require some degree of maintenance at some point in their lives. As you use vacuum cleaners, picking them up and sweeping about your house, the life of the vacuum cleaner will eventually start to wane. This is not to say that the vacuum cleaner will be completely useless after a couple of years. But to keep vacuums in tip-top shape, you should perform regular maintenance on them.
In addition to the main functionality of a vacuum, it is not uncommon for certain attachments to need replacing as well. This is especially the case when bristles or other accessories are present. In fact, they will wear out over time and you will eventually need to replace them. Visit the manufacturer’s website to find genuine replacement parts.
Myth: Water Vacuums Are Not Effective
The word “water” tends to freak people out when considering new vacuum cleaners to buy. The word is seldom used in conjunction with vacuum cleaners. This leads some to believe that it jeopardizes the mechanical functionality of the vacuum or the effectiveness of cleaning.
Simply put, this is a myth. Water-filtration vacuums actually better trap dirt, debris, dander, and other grime than their conventional counterparts. In addition, water vacuums are designed in such a way that the water will not interfere with the electrical workings of the vacuum cleaner. In fact, more and more people are switching to water-based vacuum cleaners every day.
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