How to Replace Wet Dry Vacuum Filters
To change or replace wet dry vacuum filters is important. Most users consider wet/dry vacs powerful. None-the-less keeping your vacuum’s filter maintained can improve performance. Here we will discuss the 5 easy steps to change your wet dry vacuum filter. We will discuss each of these steps in-depth, but this process begins with:
- Getting access to the filter within the vacuum.
- Remove the wet/dry vac filter. If your filter is in good shape then you may be able to clean enough debris to continue using. Always make sure there are no tears, rips, or other issues before using.
- Clean the filter.
- Replace the cleaned filter back in the vac or replace the old worn out filter with a new one.
- The last step is to continue use.
Before we dig deeper into each of these steps we would like to provide an initial warning.
WARNINGS AND NOTES :
ALWAYS follow all warnings and instructions found in your owner’s manual. In the event any information found here conflicts with your specific owner’s manual that came with your product then that information supersedes anything found herewith in. Do not operate your vacuum without the correct filter cage and float, as they prevent liquid from entering the impeller and damaging the motor.