Until those smart, tidy Roombas learn to clean themselves, it's up to us humans to keep them running at peak performance.
Even after a few short cleaning cycles, debris like dust, dirt, hair, and fur can begin to take a toll on your Roomba. For starters, the vacuum works less efficiently, and too much buildup can also put harmful strain on the unit's battery.
After each cleaning cycle... The most basic level of maintenance should be done after each cleaning cycle to clear out the grime that builds up the most.
Start by emptying the dust bin. But … Read more