With a wide range of vacuum cleaners, from larger more powerful heavy duty vacuum cleaners to more compact handheld vacuums designed to clean your house and car like never better. All vacuum cleaners include extra accessories to reach the tight spaces like besides your car seat.
Bagged vacuum cleaners use disposable bags to collect dirt and debris, while bagless models have dirty canisters that you empty. Both have their advantages, such as easier disposal for bagless models and less frequent replacement costs for bagged ones.
For bagged models, change the bag when it's about two-thirds full to maintain suction power. For bagless models, empty the canister when it's around half full to prevent reduced performance.
Most vacuum cleaners are not designed for wet cleaning. Only use a vacuum with specific wet/dry capabilities for liquids.
Regular maintenance includes emptying or changing the dirt container/bag, cleaning or replacing the vacuum filters, and checking for clogs in hoses and brushes.
Regular cleaning or replacing of the filters and bags to prevent trapped odors. You can also sprinkle baking soda on carpets before vacuuming to absorb odors.