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Author:  MeredithSmith [ Wed Apr 10, 2019 9:27 am ]
Post subject:  SPL Meter with Raspberry PI


Vacuuming is a piece of cake. It’s nothing more than pushing and pulling the vacuum cleaner for home around the floor. That’s what people usually think. The truth is that using a vacuum cleaner requires a little more attention. It includes storage, operation, and maintenance as well. There are some common mistakes people make, and they’re often overlooked. Let’s find out what the most common mistakes are:

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1. Wait until the bag is full


People who use bagged vacuum cleaners usually make this mistake. When the bag is not full to the top, users think there’s still room to hold more dust and debris, so they don’t rush to empty it. However, when you try to make the most of the bag, it will cause the vacuum cleaner to work harder. In the long run, this habit will harm the machine. The same thing happens with the dust cup of bagless vacuum cleaners. When the bag is three-fourth full, you can empty it to regain more powerful suction the next time you vacuum. Although some Image top rated best vacuum cleaners have a “check-bag” indicator, you should regularly check it for yourself and empty it when needed.

2. Don’t check the filter

When users bring a vacuum home, they are told to clean the canister often. But they probably don’t remember a hidden part called the “filter”, or maybe they remember it but refuse to do it because of the complexity, and they just leave it dirty. A clean canister but a dirty filter won’t make your floor clean. Even worse, a plugged filter can burn the motor out. Never forget to examine this small but powerful part. When you recognize something is happening with the filter like being very dirty, torn, or showing signs of wear, it’s time to get a new one.

3. Carelessly Rewind the cord

With corded vacuum cleaners that have a button to rewind the cord, I see some people just hit the button and leave the wire reversing. That practice can cause the cord to get off track. And when it happens, you will need to spend money on a repair. You had better take the cord in your hand and press the button at the same time; this will keep it orderly on the reel.

4. Don’t untangle hair or strings


This is a mistake we make because we don’t usually check the brush roll but merely take the vacuum cleaner out of the storage place then clean the house. Tangled hair or strings can break the motor. Before operating the machine, users should check to see if there is any hair that needs to be untangled. It’s just a small step but it’s necessary for a good deep cleaning.

5. Don’t use the accessories

Manufacturers produce various attachments to help us reach various surfaces. It takes a few steps to assemble and then disassemble them, and some people feel lazy to go through the extra procedures. But those brushes and crevice tools help you clean surfaces more easily; they remove dust and allergens more efficiently.

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Do you make any of the mistakes I listed above? If not, you are an excellent house cleaner. If yes, now you know what you’re doing wrong. Avoid these mistakes in the future for a long-lasting vacuum cleaner for home and a cleaner house. Don’t forget to share this with your family members, relatives, or friends. Keep calm and vacuum on!

Author:  libelium-dev [ Wed Apr 10, 2019 10:49 am ]
Post subject:  Re: SPL Meter with Raspberry PI


We're sorry but we don't know which SPL meters are compatible with Raspberry due to it's not our product. We can help you if you have any doubt in the compatibility once you choose a SPL meter.


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