How to Clean a Dyson DC25 Vacuum Cleaner

Cleaning a Dyson DC25 vacuum cleaner will allow the unit to continue to run at peak efficiency. Clean a Dyson DC25 vacuum cleaner with help from healthy home experts in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Ron Beres, half of The Healthy Home Dream Team, and today I'm going to show you how to clean the Dyson DC vacuum cleaner. It's so easy to do, many people aren't aware that the actual filters themselves are washable and even the chamber is. I'm going to walk you through this right now. When cleaning your Dyson DC 24 vacuum cleaner, there are three major components to it plus an optional option of actually cleaning out the brushes in the front of the vacuum cleaner. But here's how it works. You take off the chamber that holds and houses the dust. You also have a filter which is washable. There's also a filter in the ball of the DC 24 itself. You're going to want to wash both the filter above the pre-filter and within the ball, a series of ten times and we are making sure that it's thoroughly rinsed out and there's no gray water being visible. The chamber that houses the dust we are also going to be cleaning in the sink as well, at least the plastic portion. Do not use soap, water is good enough, just make sure it's cleared out and the key component to both the two filters and this chamber is to make sure they thoroughly dry. Make sure that you have it out for at least 24 hours. You do not want to put a wet piece of equipment back in the vacuum cleaner. The optional option of cleaning the brush is very simple to do. It requires a Phillips screwdriver and also a penny. I'm going to use the Phillips screwdriver to actually take off the piece above the hose that connects the actual brush itself. And then the inner brush is going to be removed by literally using this penny to undo the lock that holds it within the chamber. We pull out the brush and we scrub it profusely. Sometimes it takes a little bit of scrubbing because hair might get caught in there but ultimately that's the best way to clean that brush.


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