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1. How often should I change the vacuum cleaner bag?
You should change your bag before it is full, at least once or twice every six months.A lot depends on what you're vacuuming up -- fine dust and pet hair/dander can clog your bag faster than regular dust and dust.A new bag and filter will extend the life of your vacuum.When your bag is too full, you will find that your vacuum cleaner is not as easy to clean as it used to be.
2. How often should I change my vacuum belt?
Most belts have to be changed at least once a year.When the vacuum strips are stretched, they no longer rotate the brush rollers at the correct speed for maximum cleaning effect.Signs you waited too long to change your belt include the squeak of a vacuum cleaner starting up, or the smell of burning!
3. How often should I change the vacuum cleaner filter?
Most manufacturers recommend replacing filters every six months, or at least once a year.When your filters get old or clogged, the vacuum will overheat, shortening the life of the motor and reducing suction.When you change your filter, write the next suggested change date on the filter.This will ensure that you do not spend too much time between filter changes.
4. How often should my vacuum cleaner be tuned?
To maintain optimum performance, you should adjust your vacuum cleaner every other year.
5. What is a high efficiency filter?
HEPA stands for high efficiency particulate air.The high efficiency particulate filter captures 99.97% of particles larger than 0.3 microns.Hepa filters were developed in the 1940s to prevent the spread of radioactive pollutants in the air.Today, hepa filters are good for asthma and allergy sufferers because they capture the particles that trigger the symptoms of allergies and asthma.The HEPA filter is only fully effective when used in a "sealed system" vacuum.
6. Are HEPA-Type filters as effective as HEPA filters?
Although HEPA filters or paper bags usually use structures or fibers similar to real HEPA filters, they may not have been tested in an independent laboratory.Some HEPA filters and bags may be close to HEPA filtration requirements, but others may be significantly below HEPA specifications.
7. What is the best vacuum cleaner for allergic people?
Vacuum cleaners with allergy bags are much better than vacuum cleaners without bags because they improve filtration.Because bagless vacuum cleaners don't have bags, filters clog up faster, reducing suction and cleaning effectiveness.In addition, dust and other allergens float into the air when the bagless vacuum container is emptied.