where to store vacuum cleaner

Where to store vacuum cleaner?

One of the biggest problems with owning a vacuum cleaner is where to store this often bulky appliance. This problem can turn out to be even worse if you’re living in an apartment or a rental home with limited storage space. That’s also the reason why some people don’t consider buying a traditional household vacuum cleaner and opt for a slimline cordless vacuum. The thing is that storing a vacuum cleaner isn’t that big of an issue. All you need is to get a little creative, and then managing space for a vacuum cleaner will be much easier. So, read along to find our creative ideas for storing vacuum cleaners.
Now before we begin, it’s important to know that the size of vacuum cleaner decides how and where it’ll be stored. So, based on this the methods outlined below are divided into three different categories based on their size. These are – Handheld vacuums, Cordless vacuums and Canister vacuum cleaners. So, let’s get started.

Where To Store Handheld Vacuum Cleaners

Starting off easy with handheld vacuum cleaners, which are the easiest to store because of their portable size. Most handheld vacuums have a length anywhere between 10-25 inches. Which makes them easy to store in spaces such as desk drawers and hangers. Here are some ideas for storing handheld vacuums.
where to store cordless stick vacuum

Pat's choice at home

Inside her bin cupboard in the kitchen

Where To Store Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaners

Cordless vacuums are battery based and tend to be smaller than canister or corded vacuum cleaners. Since they do not require a wire to work and an external dirt can, they are easier to store than canister vacuum cleaners. Cordless vacuums have a (mostly) stick like look and are flexible in design. Here are some easy ideas on storing cordless vacuum cleaners.
where to store vacuum cleaner

Pat's choice at home

Wall-mounted in her broom/utility closet

Where To Store Canister Vacuum Cleaners

Canister vacuum cleaners (like traditional household vacuums) are more bigger and heavier than cordless vacuum cleaners, which makes them the most problematic to store. Since they eat up a lot of space, it can be hard to manage storing options for canister vacuums. Some even come with extra tools and accessories, that end up wandering around here and there. However, no need to worry as here some creative ideas on how to store canister vacuum cleaners.
where to store canister vacuum cleaner

Pat's choice at home

Under the stairs

So... where to store vacuum cleaner?

I think we’d all agree that while Vacuum cleaners are great to have to help keep our homes clean, they are a bit of a nightmare to store. With right ideas and a little effort, you won’t have to worry about storing them. Just be a little inventive and ideas will come along your way themselves.

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Such a handy natural agent to have on hand for spills + cleaning.