Published by Ahmad Jamal on May 20, 2023
The brush roll inside your shark vacuum is literally the first line of defense against dirt and debris.
This makes it super important to keep it maintained to the highest level, and to do so you need to know How to Clean Shark Cordless Vacuum Brush Roll properly.
In this CleanersAdvisor guide, we’ll take you on a short trip on How to Clean Shark Cordless Vacuum Brush Roll, providing you with pictures and step by step on how to carry it out as perfectly as possible.
Additionally, you’ll have a deeper understanding on how to clean the brush roll in your shark rocket pro cordless vacuum, in addition to shark professional vacuum.
How to Clean Shark Cordless Vacuum Brush Roll
To Clean Shark Cordless Vacuum Brush Roll, you’ll need to remove the cover off the vacuum head, then use a pair of scissors to remove any tangled hair or dirt on the brush roll, following the groove on the brush, then remove the soft roller and clean it using water only, and leaving it to dry for 24 hours before reinstalling everything back together.
This is How to Clean Shark Cordless Vacuum Brush Roll, now we’ll take you to into a step by step explanation on how to perform every step perfectly, aiding you with photos on how to exactly carry that out:
1. Turn off the vacuum and unplug it from the socket
Before you touch any internal part of the vacuum you need to always make sure you’re not operating on it while it’s on, or even charging.
Therefore, the first step should be to turn the vacuum off and it’s not charging its batteries.
2. Remove the vacuum head
The second step is removing the vacuum head, separating it from the vacuum stick.
This will allow easier access to the vacuum brush roll, as your movement won’t be restricted by other irrelevant parts.
3. Remove the vacuum head’s cover
Press on both sides of the cover where you’ll find release buttons, press on both of them at the same time.
This will release the buttons holding the vacuum head’s cover, allowing you to remove it to the side.
4. Use scissors to remove debris
You’ll need now to use a pair of scissors to cut through any debris or tangled hair, as those are the main types of dirt you’ll potentially find on the brush roll.
To protect against damaging the bristles, make sure you follow the groove on the brush while using the scissors.
Then put on a pair of gloves to remove the visible easy-to-remove debris.
5. Pull the soft roller out to clean it
The soft roller isn’t hard to clean either, as you can pull it out by pressing on the right side release button, then removing it with a little bit of force.
You can wipe the debris off the soft roller with your hand, or clean it with clear water only, then drying it for 24 hours.
6. Reinstall everything back together
Reinstall the soft roller from the left side first, then push it in from the right side where the release button can be found.
Then, reinstall the other parts in the opposite order of their removal, one by one.
How to Clean Shark Rocket Pro Cordless Vacuum Brush Roll
First, remove the cover using a screwdriver and unscrewing the multiple screws you can find on your model, then use a pair of scissors to cut through the hair/debris piling there, but make sure you’re cutting through the groove to not damage the brush roll. Then, check the tube for more dirt or debris before reinstalling the cover, putting the screws back on, and get your vacuum going.
Shark rocket pro cordless vacuums are blessed with a user-friendly design that allows you to clean the brush roll easier than other models, in less than 5 minutes tops.
This is how every step should be carried out
1. Remove the vacuum head’s cover
It goes without saying that you should attend to the shark rocket pro cordless vacuum brush roll when it’s not ON or connected to any kind of electricity.
Then, remove the vacuum head’s cover, as we explained in depth in this guide.
2. Cut through the accumulating debris
Hair and debris are found in plenty inside the brush roll, therefore, you’ll need to remove whatever you can by hand, then use a pair of scissors to cut through the tangled parts with caution.
The larger the piling debris, the more you’ll need to cut through it with force.
3. Check the tube for more dirt or debris
If you haven’t maintained your vacuum in a long time, you’ll find dirt or debris stuck inside the tube connecting the head to the rest of the vacuum.
Using your finger while wearing gloves, check the tube if there’s dirt in there, and remove it accordingly afterward.
4. Clean the cover if needed
If you’ve noticed that the cover is pretty dirty, run some hot water over it while you’re at it, then leave it to dry for a couple of hours.
Some would advise using a clean cloth to dry it faster, but always take your time with drying, unless you’re in a huge rush.
5. Reinstall everything back
Since you’ve only removed the head cover, reinstall it properly, then use the screwdriver to put the screws back in their respective place until you hear a clicking sound.
Make sure to install everything back after you’ve fully dried the head’s cover.
How to Clean Shark Professional Vacuum Brush Roll
This may have been our favorite Shark vacuum, as we’ve used it to create many helpful guides, therefore, here’s a video explaining How to Clean Shark Professional Vacuum Brush Roll:
To Wrap Up
Mastering How to Clean Shark Cordless Vacuum Brush Roll is essential, as it’s your first line of defense against dirt inside your house.
In this CleanersAdvisor guide, you’ve mastered how to do it properly, in a step by step manner and many pictures and videos to help you with it.