I love my Dyson Vacuum cleaner, but getting it clean is kind of a challenge. Most of the time, we don’t want our appliances to suck. Unless, of course, you’re talking about a vacuum cleaner. Yeah, yeah, you’ve heard that joke — or some variation of it — 100 times before. But literally, don’t you want your vacuum to suck? If you’re lucky enough to own a Dyson, you know that they really do suck — in a good way. But when they get really dirty, it can affect their function. When it comes to cleaning your carpet, you want your Dyson to suck just as much as the day you bought it. To help you out, here are some cleaning hacks for getting your Dyson vacuum clean.
1. Empty the Bin
Obviously, you’ll need to empty your vacuum’s dust bin before you start cleaning. Make sure you stick your hand or something in there to remove any hair or dirt accumulated in nooks and crannies. Yeah, it’s gross…but you just gotta do it. Wear some disposable gloves in you must. Then press the button that releases the clear part of the bin to separate it from the rest.