How To Use A Dyson Vacuum Cleaner

Dyson has engineered one of the best vacuum cleaners in the market. They are highly efficient and have an amazing design. This also means that the price of Dyson vacuums is on the higher spectrum. Buying this cleaning organizer can give you the assurance that you are getting a good product although the sophisticated design and functions might feel a little tricky to figure out. In this article, we will discuss in detail how to use a dyson vacuum cleaner and what makes them different.

How does a Dyson Vacuum cleaner work?

Before we get into how to use a Dyson vacuum cleaner, it is important to understand how they work. Dyson uses a special technology called Dual cyclone which features double cleaning chambers which optimizes suction and stops the dust from being blown back into the room. This technology makes the air is perfectly clean, odorless, and void of any dust or allergens. In fact, it’s cleaner than the regular air around your room. You also won’t need vacuum bags with this design, which means that you don’t have to dirty your hands replacing a filthy sack of dust. It also reduces the hidden costs of operating your vacuum.

How to use it

how to use a dyson vacuum cleaner

Assembling the parts

After you get your hands on a Dyson vacuum cleaner the first thing you’ll have to do is assemble it. It has a simple design which makes it easy to assemble, all you need to do is find which parts fit with the snap-in connectors. It has bright red buttons that let you detach the parts and it is good to keep in mind not to force anything they are designed to attach easily. If you have to struggle too much then chances are you’re not pairing the right parts.

Choosing the right mode

Dyson allows the users to select from 3 different modes that allow the users to adjust the power according to the task. This maximizes the time and power as it lets you use the vacuum for 60 minutes without any loss of strength. The three settings are:

  • Eco mode- maximizes the amount of time it lasts so you can cover the most space, it is perfect for hard floors or light cleaning.
  • Auto mode- automatically adjusts its suction power based on the flooring type it detects.
  • Boost mode- generates the most power as it is designed for intensive cleaning which is perfect for ground-in dirt.

Choosing the right tool

Before starting your cleaning task it is good to prepare yourself with the right tools you will need for the job. In this section, we will talk about all the tools that come with Dyson vacuums so you can pick the right one for you.

Nickel Torque Drive head

This head lets you clean up on all soft surfaces, but at the same time is able to adjust to hard surfaces too. It features Dyson’s Dynamic Load Sensor which lets the tool know how much suction to use based on the type of floor, making sure you the best use of the battery. All you have to do is set the vacuum to auto mode when the cleaner head is kicked in.

Soft Roller Cleaner Head

This red and purple material is soft woven nylon and anti-static carbon fiber. It is made specifically for hard floors as the soft material protects the floor from any scratching while the carbon fiber pulls out all the dirt. It is only for hardwood floors so you shouldn’t use this if you plan to transition to soft surfaces.

Mini Motorized Tool

This tool made for smaller areas with a mini brush roller head that is activated by the motor. It makes it easier to pick up the dirt and debris which would otherwise be harder to get to. It is great for stairs as it can be used on the stick or you can even use it on the vacuum directly. You can use it for cleaning your car interior and chairs that are covered with pet hair.

Quick-Release Combo Tool

This offers a two-in-one cleaning for cleaning tighter spaces around the house. It is made for tight areas that would require a bit of brush before you vacuum. Such as a sliding glass door that tends to get a dusty trach when it is used a lot. You can use this to easily clean up all the dirt from the sliding door track. You can choose whether you need the bristles and adjust to the space you have to clean.

Quick-Release Crevice Tool

The crevice tool lets you get right into the tightest spaces that your vacuum can’t reach. It is used for precision cleaning. You can use it around edges and narrow gaps under appliances, the gap between the carpet and the wall, inside vents, and even the gaps of sofas.

Quick-Release Mini Soft Dusting Brush

This oval-shaped brush with soft bristles is used for cleaning delicate surfaces. It allows you to dust objects with a vacuum assist. You can use it to get the dust off a pile of wires, keyboards, artwork, lights, brick or textured walls, bookshelves, plants, etc. The soft bristles are gentle on the object and sweep away the dust without any damage. It is ideal for surfaces with a lot of texture or is delicate.

Conclusion

This sums up all the tools and features of the Dyson vacuum cleaners. Since they might seem complicated at first it is very easy to get distracted and not use the vacuums to their full potential. We hope we have covered everything you need to know to incase you are confused about your vacuum ad can now get the best out of it.

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