When you bought your Vacupro réparation d’aspirateur, you probably didn’t think muck on vacuum cleaner safety. After all, these machines undergo vigorous testing and don’t make it to market without passing every single one of these safety tests.

But as with all machines and consumer electronics, there are things you should know to make sure that you use your vacuum cleaner safely.  Basically, you need to understand its limitations and use it only for what it was intended.


It may not have occurred to you that vacuum cleaners are designed to perform specific jobs. Yes, there are many models that can perform various jobs, but even many of these have specific sets of tasks they are designed to do.

For example, there are indoor and outdoor vacuum cleaners.  There are also special cleaners designed to clean up wet jobs (while most, of course, are designed for dry, carpet cleaning).  Not only is it bad to use a standard machine for a wet-vac job, for example, but it could be extremely unsafe.

Also, you should never use a vacuum cleaner to pick up something sharp or dangerous, like broken glass or metal.  Experts advise that you should sweep up this sharp debris and then use a vacuum only to finish the job, picking up the smaller dust and particles that the broom couldn’t get. Similarly, you should never use a standard vacuum to clean up toxic or flammable materials.


Sure, you could store your vacuum just about anywhere since it probably won’t run without an electrical outlet.  However, you should remember that this is a machine and it does run on electricity and that means you definitely need to unplug it when you are not using it but also make sure that the cord is properly wrapped and stored so you don’t trip on it.

At the same time, always store a vacuum cleaner in a dry and cool location, like a hall closet.  This ensure the lowest risk for various dangers that may be associated with electrical appliances.



Regular maintenance of your vacuum cleaner ensures more efficient use.  Check and change the beater bar as needed and make sure to empty the bag/canister after every use—and rinse them out, once in a while too.



Peter Bailey