If you have bought a professionally cleaned rug, then a minor vacuum cleaning can restore the fluffiness of its fiber and clean up the remaining residue in minutes.
Suction Motor: It is one of the most essential parts of a vacuum cleaner because it is assigned to do all the cleaning tasks. You can call it a heart of vacuum.
Filter: A vacuum filter can separate heavy solid particles from dust. They act as a shield to the cleaner, which prevents heavy solid particles from entering the bin bag.
Internal Fans: An internal fan driven by an electric motor reduces the pressure inside the machine. It creates an area devoid of air, also known as a vacuum inside the machine.
A regular vacuum cleaner can lead to several dirt attachments onto the carpet that were already present in the nozzles of the vacuum cleaner.
Vacuum cleaning on a wet carpet can create a soggy mess inside the filter and disrupt the functionality of the suction motor, resulting in an “Electric Shock.”
If you want to blow dry your carpet with your sweeper, turn off the heating from full and avoid using the cleaner for several hours. Instead, you can go for one or two sweeps and leave the carpet in natural air to dry out.