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Revolutionary canister vacuum cleaner using the latest Hepa technology are available to house holders now ! Check out these Hepa Air Filtered vacuum cleaners.!

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Hepa filtration - traps more dirt and dust, and stops it from escaping back into the environment Pack of 10 Paper Filter Bag for dry use only

What is a HEPA vacuum and how do I use it ?

A Dyson HEPA vacuum is a very useful tool available to home owners and renters to clean lead contaminated surfaces in the home. We supply filters for all cleaners. Air Purifiers

A HEPA canister vacuum is different than a regular household vacuum in that it contains a special filter that is able to trap very fine dust particles that are too small to see. This type of filter is called a High Efficiency Canister Vacuum Cleaners Particulate Air (HEPA) filter.

There are HEPA vacuums on the market for commercial and household use. An Internet search using the Compact Washer, Miele HEPA and vacuum, will bring up quite a few brands. Local stores that sell household vacuums, like Target and Sears, are likely to have Heavy Duty Vacuums them available.

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HEPA vacuums are also beneficial for family members with allergies. The best kind to get for the purposes of lead dust control is one that has different attachments for different surfaces and is a canister style with a long hose for reaching high places. It should also have a beater bar (agitator head) attachment if carpets and rugs are to be vacuumed.

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Vacuuming with a regular household vacuum will not remove the very small dust particles in the home that can poison children. Much of the dust that is picked up is blown back out the exhaust of the vacuum, which resettles on toys, furniture, and floors where small children become exposed.

Many items in the home should be cleaned using an Electrolux HEPA vacuum, including ceilings, walls, floors, windows, interior and exterior window sills, doors, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning equipment (heating diffusers, radiators, pipes, vents), fixtures of any kind (light, bathroom, kitchen), built-in cabinets, and appliances. Porches, sidewalks, driveways and other exterior surfaces can also be vacuumed if there is known lead dust present.

If you are using a HEPA vacuum for the first time in your home to specifically remove lead dust and small paint chips to make areas lead-safe for children, there is a special cleaning method that is recommended for getting the best results.

 

 

First use the Hoover HEPA vacuum , followed by wet washing with a soapy detergent and rinsing with fresh water; then after surfaces have dried, use the HEPA vacuum a final time. A note about wet washing make a soapy solution using a small amount of soap; use a disposable paper towel to dip into the soapy solution and wipe the surface clean; throw away the towel and start again with a new one until the whole area is clean; follow up with a new paper towel wet with fresh water and wipe the surface again to get the soap residue and any remaining dust off of the surface. Use this three-step process to clean one room in the house at a time before moving on to another. Follow up with a regular cleaning schedule using the Numatic HEPA vacuum.

There is also a special method for using the HEPA vacuum itself to most effectively remove lead dust from any room in the house. If the whole house is being HEPA vacuumed for the first time, start in the room farthest from the main entrance/exit door so that dirt is not tracked into areas that have already been HEPA cleaned. Vacuum from room to room working toward the main exit door and finish there. If only one room is being Bosch HEPA vacuumed, work from the farthest area from the door and finish at the doorway.

In each room, begin HEPA vacuuming at the top of each room (ceiling, walls, and top shelves) and work down to the floor. Do every inch of the windows, especially in the window trough or well where the moveable part of the window rests when it is closed. Use the special attachments to clean hard-to-reach areas. The needle-nosed tool should be used to clean baseboards and cracks in the floor boards. Brush attachments should be used for walls and woodwork. Move the Sima HEPA vacuum slowly and carefully over surfaces so it can pick up all of the lead dust.

If you own a HEPA vacuum, change the bag and filter using the manufacturer's instructions. Changing them outside will prevent lead dust from resettling on floors and furniture. We have a HEPA vacuum loan program contacts and locations can be found in this Section of the website. If you have borrowed a HEPA vacuum , ask the staff about changing or cleaning out the filter.