MOOSOO Robotic Vacuum Cleaner
This nimble vacuum cleaner was crafted to operate independently
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Why people love this robot vacuum
Here are the detailed specifications for this Moosoo robot vacuum
Dual (Vacuum + Mop):
Warranty: 24 months
Surface: hard floor, carpet
Battery life: 100min
Battery type: Lithium ion
Noise level: 56db
Suction power: 1800pa
Dust bin volume: 600ml
Dimensions: 19in x 12.6in x 3in
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you keep a robotic vacuum from getting tangled in cords or other debris?
To keep a robotic vacuum from getting tangled in cords or other debris, you should regularly inspect the area the vacuum is cleaning and remove any cords or other debris that could create a hazard for the vacuum. Additionally, you should store any cords or other objects in an area where the robotic vacuum cannot reach.
Can you use a robotic vacuum in conjunction with a traditional vacuum?
Yes, you can use a robotic vacuum in conjunction with a traditional vacuum. Robotic vacuums are great for getting into hard to reach places and cleaning on a regular basis, while traditional vacuums may be better for deep cleaning and more difficult tasks.
How do you replace the batteries in a robotic vacuum?
To replace the batteries in a robotic vacuum, you will typically need to open the battery compartment, which is usually located on the bottom of the vacuum. Once you have accessed the compartment, you should disconnect the old batteries and replace them with new ones, ensuring the polarity is correct. Finally, close the battery compartment and your robotic vacuum should be good to go.
How much dust can a robot vacuum hold?
No matter the model of robot vacuum you buy and no matter the price, the basic dust capacity is rather low. You will need to empty it more frequently than your regular vacuum cleaner. The most sophisticated models do have a self-emptying feature, which enables them to empty themselves into a larger bin at the docking station.