For the longest time I have needed to clean our vacuum. It was loosing suction all the time, and it just looked awful. Now I know what you're thinking, "isn't a vacuum used for cleaning?" well yes. But after months of sucking up Cheerios and other toddler messes, there's lots of dirt and gunk reeking havoc and not letting our vacuum live up to its awesomeness.
Now I found a tutorial about how to clean a Dyson on Pinterest, but I don't have an awesome and very expensive Dyson. Our lovey Hoover Wind Tunnel was only $80 at Walmart.com, and I deemed myself handy enough to take her apart and give her a good cleaning.
So lets get to it. The first thing you wan to do is make sure your vacuum is unplugged, if not then you could have a nasty mess on your hands when your toddler comes to turn it on for you while working. William tried to do this twice, but then it was nap time :)
Well I hope this helps anyone looking for an easy way to clean their vacuum so that it works as good as new again. If you have any questions let me know :) I tried to make sure I covered everything, but if something isn't clear I can give some more advice/guidance.
Come back on Friday because I'm going to have an awesome post about cleaning your washer and dryer without using bleach.