Buying a water vacuum cleaner is a big step for homeowners who are serious about keeping their home clean and safe for everyone who enters. There are some key differences that make water-based vacuum cleaners different from traditional vacuums. The use, storage, and maintenance of a water vacuum cleaner are important steps to learn if you want to get the best out of your water vacuum. This blog will break down the essential info you need to keep your water-based vacuum cleaner running at peak efficiency.
How To Use It
Water vacuum cleaners use the power of water as opposed to bags or filters to catch dust or dirt. Learn everything there is to know about our superior technology from our How It Works guide page. Using a water vacuum is as easy as using traditional canister vacuum cleaners. You can also use the power nozzle for cleaning dry carpets, the wet pickup hose for wet messes, and the inflation tool as needed. Quality water vacuums also come with a floor brush that cleans a variety of solid surfaces and hard floors including tile, linoleum, hardwood, and more.
How To Store Water Vacuum Cleaner
When cleaning and storing your water vacuum, rinse your water basin with water after each use then allow it to air dry. Remember to always store your water vacuum’s main unit detached from the water basin. This strategy will prevent mold and any potential build-up from accumulating and causing long-term issues in your machine.
How To Care For Your Water Vacuum Cleaner
To take care of a HEPA filter, you need to know what HEPA means. HEPA is short for High-Efficiency Particulate Absorption. HEPA filters trap particles, removing them from your home’s air and surfaces before recirculating the purified air. You are advised to wash your HEPA filter once every 3-4 months. You should also replace it every 12-18 months. HEPA filters are especially effective for those who suffer from breathing disorders. The HEPA Filter in the Sirena Vacuum is a backup filtration method.
For safety, never pick up flammable or combustible fluids like gasoline. Also, never use your water vacuum in areas that could have flammable vapors or dust floating out of sight. To avoid electrocution, do not run over the chord or let it rest on heated surfaces. Don’t let the water rise above the basin’s maximum level and always replace dirty water in the basin before further use.
Are You Ready To Get A High-Quality Water Vacuum?
Sirena is world-renowned for producing the best water-based vacuum on the market. Discover the natural cleaning power of water and fall in love with your Sirena’s amazing impact immediately after your first use. If you are having maintenance issues, any authorized Sirena dealer will service your system with the best possible care. Search Sirena’s cool Dealer Locator tool and locate the nearest authorized dealer. Can’t find a dealer? Contact us directly and we’ll help you through the process step by step!