When you clean your filter regularly, your vacuum’s suction remains strong and is more effective at picking up dirt and debris. Depending on how much you use your vacuum, we recommend cleaning the filter at least once a month as part of your vacuum cleaner maintenance routine. If you’ve had a project that required vacuuming sawdust or other heavy debris, we recommend cleaning the filter straight away.
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OEM, or “original equipment manufacturer,” products are those that originate directly with the manufacturer of your equipment and are identical to the products or parts you’re replacing. OEM products are new and are created with the same materials and consideration the original pieces were.
An OEM product is the same product manufactured by the original manufacturer. Though there are cheaper versions, the price of the OEM product reflects its quality. The idea of OEM parts being an investment is owed to the inherent longevity of the products, meaning you could go through one or more aftermarket replacements in the span of your equipment’s life, costing you more over time. With OEM, you don’t have to worry about the parts breaking down and needing replaced more than anticipated for any specific piece of equipment.