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How to Make the Most of Your Vacuum Cleaner and its Various Accessories

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    Depending on how large or small your dwelling is, vacuuming can easily sit towards the bottom of the to-do list. Whether tackling flooring, rugs, curtains, picture rails, pet hair or soft furnishings and upholstery, most vacuum cleaners come with an assortment of attachments to help get into every space. Using the right tool for the job required will ensure your vacuuming will be quicker and more effective. It will also help to maintain the longevity of your vacuum cleaner, as well as the life of your furniture, car seats and other miscellaneous items that need a regular dust bust.

    Below is an overview of the standard accessories to help you on your battle to dust victory:

    • multi-purpose floor tool: a generic floor tool kit, this often comes with additional inserts which can be removed or added as necessary, depending on the surface and the type of cleaning required
    • hard floor tool/floor brush: as the name suggests, this tool is suited for hard floor surfaces such as laminate, timber and bamboo floorboards
    • brush tool: its soft brush edge makes it handy for clearing dust without leaving scratch marks - perfect for antique ornaments, shelves, and even curtains or venetian blinds
    • upholstery tool: use this small, flat head attachment to remove dust from furniture and mattresses, which should be vacuumed thoroughly every 2-3 months
    • crevice tool: its narrow, compact nozzle makes the crevice tool ideal for small or awkward areas, such as gaps the car dashboard and between large appliances, and powerful enough to remove dust from hard-to-reach heating vents.



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