Understanding how vacuum cleaners work helps you keep a clean home and is a major step to choosing the right vacuum and how to maintain it. In this blog I will give you the run down of what you should care about with vacuum “specs”, how to maintain vacuums, and what not to do with them.
Vacuums work by creating negative pressure (vacuum) in the head or attachment you are using to clean. This creates a partial vacuum and triggers higher pressure air from around the head/attachment to rush in carrying dust/dirt with it.
The flow of higher pressure air into the lower pressure vacuum head/attachment creates friction as the air molecules flow inward which helps carry dirt/dust.
When choosing vacuums you should strongly consider finding out the following info before buying:
Vacuum Features To Look For