Electrical appliances function at their best when they are clean. Not only they function well, they also help us save electricity which can translate to monetary savings.
Cleaning your electric fan will also save you and your family’s health. Overtime, dust will accumulate in your electric fan’s covering, if you are in hurry and part of your prom dress needs some air drying, the dust in the fan is not a good idea. The wind that your electric fan creates can blow those dust into the air you and your family breathes. So clean you electric fans often and keep these simple tips in mind.
• Plan the time when you will do the cleaning. If you have kids at home or have someone who are allergy sufferers, you may want to schedule it when they are away to prevent them from inhaling the dust particles.
• Prepare all the materials you will be needing in the process such as dust wipes, vacuum, fan duster, screw removers, damp clothe, water and oil for the motor.
• Wear a mask as you do the cleaning so you will not breathe in the dust particles.
• Detach every thing from the stand first before cleaning each part. Put them in a safe area to avoid any accident.
• Keep the screws in one place so you will not end up with missing parts.
• Work from the insideparts to the outside, starting with the motor.
• Clean each part first before assembling it again.
For best performance, clean your electric fan twice a month or as soon as you see dust starting to accumulate in your fan’s covering.