We at Crucial talk a lot about how important it is to change your filters on a timely and regular basis. Whether it’s your household furnace or central air, your vacuum cleaner, or your humidifier or air purifier, taking care of your filters is important. This is especially true if you suffer from allergies or any other sort of breathing malady. To understand why it’s so important to change your filters, you need to understand how filters work. It’s also important to understand how filters are rated; after all, not all filters are created equally. Continue reading »
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Last week we at Crucial Vacuum, covered tips on how to clean some of the toughest spots in your house. This week, we’re going to get you going on how to move from room to room like a cleaning dervish, leaving behind a clean streak in your wake. With these spring cleaning tips, your annual cleaning spree should go off without a hitch. Just remember that having your spring cleaning go smoothly lies in having a plan and using the right tools for the job. Running in with a bucket of water and a sponge will only lead to frustration. That isn’t to say that cleaning requires hundreds of dollars in expensive gadgets either. Here are some things to get you started. Continue reading »
Last week in our Spring Cleaning series, we at Crucial discussed a great starting point for your annual cleaning spree: checking your roof and crawl spaces. This week we’re going to get you started on that spring decluttering. You know, the annual, “Do I really need to keep this Summer ’12 Pottery Barn catalog?” (Hint: unless you participated in making the catalog, probably not). We’re going to cover some great decluttering tips to get you started and touch on some things you definitely shouldn’t do. After all, whether you live in a one-bedroom apartment or a 16-room mansion, decluttering is a big job and intensely personal. Also, keep in mind that spring cleaning isn’t usually a one weekend job unless you live in a studio apartment. A proper spring clean can take twenty hours of work to do. Spacing that out over a few weekends can really help keep the job from stressing you out.
Over the years, we at Crucial Vacuum have received many of the same asked questions and we’re always available to help our customers at any moment. However, we feel that having a blog post of the answers to your frequently asked questions would help any of you for any future vacuum problems!
Today, we’re answering these questions:
- Yuck! There’s a foul odor coming from my vacuum’s bag! What can I do?
- My vacuum’s doesn’t have a strong enough suction! What can I do to fix it?
- I’ve heard from everyone that I need to change my vacuum’s filters, but how often should I change them?
- Why isn’t my Vacuum picking up all the dirt and filth? I hear the suction going just fine!
- I’m ready to fix my vacuum! But I have no idea what my model number is. Continue reading »
For the month of September, in honor of our kids heading back to school, we’re holding a giveaway for a Vacmaster Wet/Dry vac model VQ607SFD. This vacuum is absolutely perfect to start cleaning up the house while the kids are away!
This six gallon vacuum that’s strangely reminiscent of that love-able Star Wars character, is a nifty machine that is not only convenient for storing away and holding accessories, but it proves effective for both indoor and outdoor use.
The exterior stainless steel construction and lightweight design makes it incredibly easy to maneuver between indoors and outdoors. What a lot of costumers have commented about this vacuum is that it is perfect for home renovations for getting rid of paint chips and sawdust. The weather resistant construction makes this vacuum ideal for outside work just as much as indoors. So don’t worry about cleaning the car while it rains, this little machine will still work efficiently. Continue reading »