How to clean an electric fan without removing the cage
Many people are afraid to clean the electric fan because it takes time to disassemble. With the following method, there is no need to remove the frame and clean the water, but the fan is still clean.
After some time of use, the electric fan will accumulate dust. When the weather gets cooler, it’s time to clean up.
Method 1: Use bleach, vinegar, fabric softener (or rubbing alcohol)
Step 1: Prepare a spray bottle, pour equal doses of detergent, white vinegar and fabric softener into the bottle and shake well. Fabric softener can be replaced with white wine.
Detergents clean and remove dirt. White vinegar not only kills bacteria but also softens stains from electric fans. Fabric softener prevents dirt from sticking to the fan and creates a pleasant scent. Alcohol also has a good bactericidal effect and quickly evaporates.
Step 2: Pour the solution into the electric propeller. Do not spray as this may damage the fan motor. Prepare a large plastic bag or an old shirt to cover the fan cage. After spraying the solution for about 5 minutes, turn on the switch and turn it on. The rotating propeller sprays the spots.
Step 3: Next, clean the outer grille of the electric fan. Before doing this, pull the fan out of the socket. Spray the solution onto the sponge and wipe the outside.
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Method 2: Use toothpaste and brush
ingredients for the preparation
– Old toothbrush
– Clean water
Step 1: Squeeze about 3cm of toothpaste into a container, then add white water to dilute.
Step 2: Unplug it before cleaning to keep it safe and avoid damage to the fan.
Take an old toothbrush and stir until the toothpaste and water are evenly mixed. Dip the brush head in the solution and brush along the cage frame just above the fan grill opening. Be careful that the water from the toothbrush does not come into contact with the electric fan motor.
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