We want you to save time and effort when you clean.
That’s why we’re going to show you how to dust almost everything with a vacuum cleaner.
Before we begin, here are the things you should never vacuum.
First, unless you have a shop vac, don’t suck up fine dust, fireplace ashes, or debris from construction.
This includes flour, baking soda, and even makeup.
If you try it, you’ll find that this kind of dust will clog your filter and possibly ruin your machine.
Also, avoid vacuuming wet or damp spills and glass.
Finally, please keep vacuum cleaners away from your electronics. Vacuums generate static electricity that could destroy your television, monitor, PC, and so forth.
Okay, now that we’ve covered the “don’ts,” let’s go over what you can clean with a vacuum.
Start at the Top and Work Your Way Outward
Go stand in the middle of the room you want to clean. Look up at the ceiling.
Are there cobwebs? Is there a ceiling fan? What about curtains?
Grab your trusty vacuum and pop on the extension wand.
Now it’s time to choose the proper attachment.