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An Upright Vacuum Cleaner Does More than Vacuum

Did you know that the actual name of the vacuum cleaner is 'upright vacuum cleaner'? This multipurpose cleaner originated during the 1860's and it can come in a lot of shapes and sizes. Some even comes with a bag while others are sans-bag. It can be used in the office as well as at home for the purpose of exterminating dust from furniture, upholstery, curtains and wall corners.When the upright vacuum cleaner was first introduced it was not an electric device which we are so familiar with today. Instead when a person needed to clean their floors they would have to try and guide the device while cranking a handle at the same time. This was more trouble than good so back to the drawing board the inventors went.Inventors were looking for ways to clean up sawdust or any other particulars that might collect on the floor. The device needed to be easy to use and would work even better if a form of electricity could be hooked to it. Not for sure how to make an upright vacuum cleaner that could use electricity Bissell ...


Selecting your ideal vacuum cleaner for the home

There is a wide choice of vacuum cleaners on the market today of varying styles and designs. Prices can range from £30 to £300, and what you spend will depend on what sort of features you are looking for. This will of course be determined by how much you intend to use your vacuum cleaner and whether you have any special cleaning requirements such as the capability to remove allergen particles or clean upholstery.Vacuum cleaner designs are either upright or cylinder designs. The main design difference between upright and cylinder vacuum cleaners is that upright vacuum cleaners have a motor fitted in the head of the machine where a fan is used to suck up air and dirt into the bag or compartment before being passed through a filter to separate the clean air and dirt. A revolving brush is also used to loosen and sweep up dirt. A cylinder vacuum cleaner relies on suction power alone and given that the dirt has to travel a greater distance through the tube they are generally more powerful.An upright vacuum cl...


Tips To Keep Your Carpet Clean, Dust-free And Stain-free

Carpets of any kind are expensive, and need to be preserved as well as possible to ensure that they have a long, productive life. However, carpets are a part of your flooring, which means that they get exposed to all sorts of dirt - dry, wet or somewhere in between.The most obvious tip to help keep your carpet clean is to vacuum it regularly. A weekly vacuuming - make it your Sunday morning task - keeps your carpet dust-free. This will prevent allergies, insect infestations and also keep your carpet looking fresh and nicely aired out.Always take your time while vacuuming - do not pass over your carpet too quickly, as the vacuum will not have the time to loosen as well as draw in the dust and dirt particles. Also, pass your vacuum cleaner along in at least two opposing directions, so that all the carpet fibres get agitated and the dirt removed from along them.Liquid spills, however, need more attention. Always take immediate action, no matter what the type of liquid is. Allowing a coloured liquid to stay on yo...


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