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By DaveMoore
#824030
How to Clean Your Carpet with a Vacuum Cleaner

You might not notice it but your carpet is probably filled with dirt, dust, and allergens. Hence, it’s always a good idea that you have your carpet cleaned every once in a while, not just because it’ll make your room cleaner, but this also improves the air quality around you.

In this post we’ll take a look at how you can properly clean your carpet using the ultimate cleaning tool – the top vacuum cleaner.

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Step 1 – Clear the surface of your vacuum

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You should start by removing all the furniture that you’ve placed on your carpet so that you won’t bump into them while doing your cleaning. If the objects are difficult to move on your own, you should ask for help. Or, leave the heavy furniture alone and prepare suitable vacuum attachments to help you reach hidden areas.

Next, make sure you get all the small objects like children’s toys or coins out of the way so that they won’t block your vacuum head. You could use a vacuum for this job, but make sure you remove the vacuum head and cover the hose with a piece of fabric. Turn the vacuum on and it’ll collect all the keys and coins that you’ve accidentally dropped on your carpet.

Once that’s done, it’s time for the next step.

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Step 2 – Using the vacuum to clean your carpet

Before you start cleaning your carpet, it’s recommended that you apply some baking soda to the surface. The baking soda will work as a useful deodorizer that can effectively remove any smells in your carpet. Wait for about 10-20 minutes for the baking soda to start working.

Then use your vacuum carpet head to work around the carpet. Run your vacuum at least ten times over a single spot before moving to the next just to make sure that all the dirt is picked up.

For the difficult spots under large furniture, you can use the under appliance vacuum wand to extend your hose and allow for a better reach.

This is an easy and effective method that you should perform frequently to have your carpet cleaned properly.

Step 3 – Some useful hacks you should try

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Now, although you’ve technically finished the cleaning your carpet, it’s still recommended that you apply some of our useful hacks on your carpet and vacuum for the best results.

First of all, you have probably noticed many flattened spots that appear on the surface of your carpet due to the weight of furniture. This can be easily fixed using a few pieces of ice and your vacuum cleaner. Just place the ice on the flat spot. Wait for the ice to melt and then run your vacuum cleaner over the spot a few times. This should re-fluff your carpet with ease.

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On the other hand, if you have pets inside your house, there are high chances that your carpet is filled with their hair. Your vacuum head should be clogged with pet hair by now, even with the best vacuum cleaners. If you just leave it like that, the hair might reduce suction power, and even worse, break your vacuum cleaner. Hence, it’s recommended that you use scissors to cut the hair off the roller and turn on the vacuum so that they’re collected into the dirt bag.
Last edited by DaveMoore on Fri Oct 11, 2019 11:52 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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By amosbatto
#824041
If you are using a link field, then ProcessMaker screws up relative links in older versions of ProcessMaker. What version of ProcessMaker are you using?
You can get around this problem by using JavaScript to replace the link:
$("#myLink").find("a").prop("href", "#myAnchor");

The other way to get around this problem is to use a panel field to insert HTML in the Dynaform. You can also use JavaScript to insert the HTML code in the Dynaform, like this:
$("#firstName").closest("div.row").before('<div style="float:right;">\
<a href="#gradeSchool">schooling</a>, <a href="#fathersFullName">parents</a>, <a href="#submit">end</a></div>');

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