Few tips how to clean the electrical equipment

Everybody use electrical equipment every single day in his or her life. We are surrounded of all the types of it – TVs, DVD players, radios, computers, sound systems and so on and so on… Could you imagine your life without your mobile phone or without the TV? Electrical equipment is used every day and if you want it to keep working good you should take care it to be always clean and in good condition.

Electrical equipment could be damaged mostly of the dust and rarely of rust. It is not enough to dust from time to time the electrical equipment it to be in perfect condition. Do you know how to clean the electrical equipment properly?

First of all you should switch it off. This is the most important thing and it could be essential for your health. Never forget to do it! Could be built up energy in the electrical equipment so you should leave it for few hours unplugged before to start the cleaning. Wipe with wet soft cloth the exterior and the cables. If there are some stains, you could use washing liquid to remove them but be careful – you shouldn’t let anything to go inside the electrical equipment because that could damage it lots. The next step is to clean the equipment inside. If you are not an electrician and you don’t know what you are doing, it will be better if you don’t open the electrical equipment. It will be enough if you use the vacuum cleaner or an air compressor to blow the dust out. If you follow that simple tips, your electrical equipment will work longer and better.

May be the best moment to do the cleaning of the electrical equipment is the end of tenancy cleaning. You could take care not only for your landlord’s electrical equipment but also and for yours. The end of tenancy cleaning is the perfect motivation to return the initial condition of all your items.

April 6, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


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