How to clean a Dyson filter: Are you a part of the cult — I mean, family — of the Dyson stick vacuums? To be honest I didn’t get the fuss over them. It’s a vacuum. That’s cordless. Yeah?
Then i attempted one. And once I saw what my front room rug actually seems like , as in, minus the semi-permanent coating of dog hair it wears, I found myself a believer, and a proselytizer. These machines don’t fiddle .
What You’ll Need
A place for the filter to dry
Take the essential vacuum pieces apart: Disconnect the vacuum from the charger and take the stick off. take care to not pull the “On” trigger.
Remove the filter: you ought to see a button that says “Filter.” Push that to reveal the filter and lift it out of the machine.
Clean the filter: Run the filter under the tap (in cold water) until the water runs clear. Carefully wring the filter to form sure excess water is removed.
Let dry and reassemble: Lay the filter on its side to dry. Leave it to dry completely for a minimum of 24 hours before you reassemble the vacuum. Read More