Vacuum cleaners have been one of the best necessities in human life. They help people in many ways. Vacuum cleaners are equipped with many advanced features which make sure your house cleaned in a perfect way. In addition, every cleaner has filtration system, and even in some high-end products, they have HEPA Filters which can eliminate up to 99.97% of small particles and allergens. Therefore, not only do they make your house’s floor clean and mess-free, but also make the air in your house fresh and dust-free. Living in a healthy environment benefits you more than anything. People use vacuum cleaners almost every day. They remember to maintain their house. Yet, you should maintain your cleaner at least once a month. The purpose is to optimize your cleaner’s performance. That you don’t clean or rarely clean will still be okay. However, for the long time, the machine will be less and less effective day by day. It leads to a reduction in the machine’s life span.
Today, I’ll show you how to empty Shark vacuum dust cup. If you are owning a Shark model, you should take note. Cleaning dust cup is simple and easy to do. You don’t need extra tool and it does not take much of your time. Cleaning dust cup should be done at least one a week. Don’t wait until it is full to discharge the dust and dirt. Full or too full dust cups reduce the suction power. Obviously, the cleaner cannot do its best with a full dust cup. Therefore, make sure the dust cup is clean and empty before you start working.
When Should You Empty Your Shark Vacuum?
Most vacuums have a linear near the top indicating the maximum acceptable level of dirt you can reach before emptying. This is usually labelled as “Max” or “Max Fill”. However, it is wiser to empty the dust cup when it is half full or just a bit over the halfway line. You shouldn’t wait until the dirt reaches the Max level or till it’s totally full. Like I mentioned above: the more the dirt in the vacuum, the lesser the suction becomes. This is especially true if you frequently clean your house. If you notice that once the vacuum loses its suction or starts smelling bad, empty the dust cup as soon as possible. The specific changes will be discussed below.
How To Find Out The Dust Cup Needs To Be Cleaned Up?
Loss of suction power
This is the prime indicator. Your vacuum won’t perform as well as it used to. The suction powder could also be impacted if there is an accumulation of too many debris or other materials with time.
If an unpleasant odor is emitted from the vacuum, it could be indicative of a buildup of dust, dirt, debris or other pollutants in the cleaning tool. Clean the vacuum and the smell will go back to normal.
Change in sound
If you find the machine releasing a type of sound which is different from what emanated from it before while working, it could mean you should empty the vacuum immediately.
How To Empty Shark Vacuum Dust Cup
These are basic steps you should follow:
Turn your Shark vacuum cleaner off and unplug it from the electrical outlet.
Grasp the handle located on the top of the Shark vacuum’s dust bin.
Press the button located on the front of the handle with your thumb and pull the dust bin up and away from the vacuum cleaner.
Hold the dust bin over a trash can.
Step 5: Press the button located on the side of the dust bin, near the bottom of the bin. This will cause the bottom of the bin to open and release the dirt and debris into the trash can.
Step 6: Press the bottom of the dust bin closed with your hand and return the bin to your Shark vacuum cleaner.
Emptying vacuum’s dust cup is simple and you can do that anytime. Remember to clean and empty your cleaner at least once a week for optimal result.