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Let Your Vacuum Cleaner Do The Work!

I used to hate to wipe down the surfaces in the bathrooms in our house because I have two daughters with long hair. Seems like that hair gets everywhere, and all I ended up doing was dragging it around on my cleaning cloths and mop. Finally I got the bright idea to bring my vacuum cleaner into the bathroom and let it suck up all of that excess hair BEFORE I do the "wet" cleaning. I even vacuum out the (dry) tub before I clean it. When all the hair and dust are vacuumed up, all it takes is a quick wipe down and tub, fixtures and floor are sparkling clean!


I also use my vacuum attachments for dusting as much as possible. Why not suck that dust up instead of just spreading it around with a dustcloth? We all NEED to clean, but I'm much more motivated to actually DO it when I get good results with the minimum of effort. Clean smart, not hard!

By Susie from Papillion, Nebraska

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April 4, 20070 found this helpful

Make sure you check the brush roller from time to time as the hair will wrap around and eventually break the belt.
I also have long hair and I 've had to replace two belts before I finally learned to check that roller!
I guess I'm a slow learner.

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