How to Keep Your House Clean
Keeping your room clean is important not only for comfort, but also for the health of your family.
Here are the proper cleaning methods and tips on how to use the vacuum cleaner according to the room.
Ceiling Fan / Lights
Dust easily piles up on ceiling fans and light fixtures. If they are ignored, wind and shaking drop them onto the floor, making the room dirty.
We advise that you extend the vacuum cleaner nozzle well to vacuum the dust clean.
With the canister type cleaner, accessing high places is easy since you can leave the heavy vacuum cleaner itself on the floor while cleaning.
Curtains can be filthier than you would expect because floating dust sticks to them. Move the vacuum cleaner slowly from top to bottom on hung curtains to suck up the dust on the surface.
For even better cleaning, wipe them off with a rag with some detergent.
Using our exclusive curtain nozzle is recommended
Because the nozzle prevents the curtains from being sucked into the
vacuum cleaner, you can handle it more smoothly and the cleaning becomes easier.
Sofa / Cushions
Fine garbage accumulates on the surface of the fabric and in the gaps between seats.
Use a vacuum cleaner with a brush nozzle to clean the dust that is entangled in the fabric, and use a thin crevice nozzle to vacuum the dust that is in the gap.
In the case of leather upholstery, brush with a dedicated brush and remove dirt with a dedicated cleaner.
Floors: Tile / Carpet
Are the floors of your home tiled, or carpeted? Probably they could be both.
It is such a hassle to use the vacuum by replacing the head attachment according to the floor material.
The Panasonic vacuum cleaner has 2 different kinds of bristles on the head, so you can clean any floor with just one. You can take care of everything at once, saving time and effort.
Tip for Cleaning Pet Hair on Carpet
Removing your pet’s hair on the carpet is difficult and troublesome. Vacuuming against the direction of the flow of the carpet pile lets you suck up the deep dust and hair well. The key is to move the vacuum cleaner slowly.
Bedding can be a hotbed for mites and bed bugs, so be sure to vacuum frequently.
Beat the bedding to get the mites lurking inside to rise to the surface and suck them up with a vacuum cleaner. The trick is to hold the vacuum cleaner on the same spot for a few seconds and move on slowly.
Under the Bed, Gaps between Furniture
More attention should be paid for small spaces where the head of the vacuum cleaner can’t reach, such as under the furniture and in the gaps between them, since dust tends to accumulate.
Those dust hidden unnoticed should be completely cleaned using the thin crevice nozzle.
Suction when pulling the vacuum cleaner is important
Vacuum cleaners work with a mechanism in which a rotating brush scrapes up the garbage when it is pushed, and sucks it up when it is pulled. In other words, the pulling motion brings out its power to the max, so be mindful of the motions of “pushing, then pulling” when vacuuming.
Recommended Vacuum Cleaners
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Detachable Drum for Easy Disposal
One quick step on the foot pedal pops out the drum and leaves the heavy wheel base behind for easy disposal.
Legacy of Cleanliness in Japan
Fine Vacuum Cleaner is Born from Japan's Cleanliness and Advanced Technology. The idea of Japan’s cleanliness is like DNA deeply etched in Japanese religion and culture, and is reflected in many lifestyle aspects.