Author Archives: Steve Morgret

About Steve Morgret

Master Technician for RainVac.

The Easy Guide To Fragrance Oils

You may have seen bottles of fragrances for the home at the store, in magazines, or even advertised online. They’re billed as the perfect way to make your home smell inviting and fresh without any effort, but what exactly are … Continue reading

What To Do When Major Rainbow Vacuum Parts Break

When any appliance in the home breaks unexpectedly it can be a big deal. Certain appliances like vacuum cleaners and dishwashers often cause the biggest disruption because they are used frequently in most homes. Because they are so heavily used, … Continue reading

Top Allergy Vacuum Recommendations For Seasonal Sufferers

Anyone who has ever experienced a seasonal allergy often dreads the change of seasons because it often means watery eyes, sneezing, and itching. This prompts many to scramble for ways to help reduce their symptoms. Reducing symptoms requires a solid … Continue reading

How To Remove Pet Hair With An E2 Rainbow Vacuum Cleaner

You love your pets, but you may not love the mess their fur can leave behind! Pet hair can quickly make furniture or carpets look aged and dirty, which is why many do their best to clean up the fur … Continue reading

What Is The Best Vacuum Cleaner If You Have Children?

Parents sometimes find themselves unprepared for the kinds of messes that children can make. They may also be unprepared for the amount of extra cleaning that goes into keeping their home safe. One way to prepare is to purchase a … Continue reading

How To Use Vacuums For Carpet And Hardwood Floors

Many modern homes feature a combination of floor types, such as linoleum for kitchens and bathrooms and carpet for bedrooms or living spaces. This can sometimes present challenges when it comes to keeping the floors clean. The biggest challenge is … Continue reading

How To Clean Rainbow Sweeper Parts After Use

It may sound strange to some, but even vacuum cleaners need to be cleaned from time to time. The reason for this is that they can become dirty after months or years of picking up pet hair, dirt, and dander. … Continue reading