Step By Step Guidelines on How To Remove Hair From Vacuum Roller
Cleaning your cleaning tools is important to keep your home sparkling clean. Like all home tools, the vacuum cleaner should remain clean all the time. Stubborn dirt and substances such as pet hair could be so irritating and need to be eliminated from the vacuum cleaner. The vacuum roller is specifically prone to pet hairs, and removing the hair might not be a walk in the park. If you have been struggling with a similar problem, this is your lucky day. This article explains how to remove hair from the vacuum roller.
How to Remove Hair From Vacuum Roller- Tools and Materials Required
Here are some of the tools and materials required to hair from a vacuum roller.
- A seam ripper
- Fine tooth comb
- Dry cloth
- Damp cloth
Step by Step Guide on How Hair From Vacuum Roller
Step 1- Detach the Roller from the Brush
The first step you should take when removing hair from a vacuum roller is detaching the roller brush from the vacuum cleaner and putting all pieces apart. Most roller brushes often have a brush and two rollers with screws at the end, which make it easy for the user to detach the brush from its socket. However, if your brush does not allow for the separation of the brush from the main vacuum component, you can skip to the next step.
Step 2- Use the Sim Ripper Tool To Rip off the Strapped Hair
The next step is to use the sim ripper to rip off the strapped hair from the vacuum roller.
Here is a picture of the sim ripper tool
To do this, you will have to hold the roller with one hand and use the other hand to do the ripping. Ripping is done the same way you would rip out a seam in a sewing project (if you know what I mean). Here is a picture of the sim ripper tool;
Step 3: Use Your Finger to Remove the Hair From the Vacuum Roller
At this stage, you will have to put away the sim ripper tool and use your fingers to remove hair from the vacuum roller. The sim ripper tool would have done most of the work, and the hair should now come out more easily when pulled by your fingers.
Step 4- Use the Fine Tooth Comb to Clean the Vacuum Roller
At this point, almost all the hair has been eliminated from the vacuum rollers. Sat this point, you should now use the fine-tooth comb to clean any remaining brush hairs from the lint and other small debris.
Step 5- Swash the Vacuum Roller
Next, you should wash the brush with water and a clean cloth and allow it to dry. You must ensure that all the water is eradicated from the roller brush pipe. You should then wipe the brush with a damp cloth until it is sparkling clean. Reassemble all the parts together and start enjoying vacuuming.
The vacuum roller is prone to pet hairs, and removing the hair might not be a walk in the park. This article has provided you with proper guidelines on how to remove hair from your vacuum roller. You can also watch the video in the link below to learn more about how to remove hair from the vacuum roller.