Can Bed Bugs Live in a Vacuum Cleaner?

Vacuum cleaning a house is a non-chemical method for controlling bugs that have already infested parts of your home. With the right vacuum cleaner, you can easily get rid of these insects especially if they’re still together in clamps. But is vacuum cleaning an option to kill bugs? Or do these bloodsucking animals continue to … Read more

5 Reasons Why Homemade Laundry Soap is Bad?

Isn’t it amazing just how popular homemade laundry detergents are these days? There isn’t a time I’ve read about detergents that this DIY solution didn’t for once surface. To be frank, I completely understand why anyone would resort to homemade detergent soaps instead of the conventional option. First, and probably the most obvious of reasons … Read more

How to Clean Pergo Floors Naturally

Homeowners love to praise Pergo floors because they’re compact and harder than hardwood. And given that it’s an option that doesn’t demand a difficult installation process, this flooring option is more than likely to grow into popularity as new homes continue to come up. To the eyes, Pergo floors look beautiful and inviting. Its strength … Read more

How to Empty a Shark Vacuum – Tips and Steps

Shark vacuums have a plastic dust bin that contains debris and dirt instead of making use of disposable vacuum bags. There is no need to buy new bags for the vacuum but you are supposed to empty its dust bin from time to time to prevent the loss of suction or the cleaner getting clogged. … Read more

How to Unclog a Vacuum Hose

Cleaning dirt and debris manually can be a pain in the butt. Just imagine how long it would take to get rid of pet hair from carpets, stubborn dust stuck on stairs, or food particles littered all over hardwood floors. Using just a broom, the task could take hours to complete, especially if you live … Read more

Why Does My Vacuum Stink When I Use It?

There’s nothing worse in a home you’re trying to keep clean and fresh than a smelling vacuum cleaner. If you think about it, though, even the best vac, especially the bagged type, will start to smell after a period of use. Pet hair clogs, mold coffee grinds, dust from shag carpets and stairs, food articles … Read more