Great advice! I’d also suggest checking the rotating brush for any wear and tear. If it’s worn out, consider replacing it to maintain optimal cleaning performance. Another important point is to regularly inspect the hoses and attachments for any blockages or damage. Ensure they’re clean and free from obstructions to ensure maximum suction power. Additionally, if your Shark vacuum has washable filters, follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for cleaning frequency. Some models have HEPA filters that need replacing periodically for efficient filtration. Lastly, store your vacuum properly in a dry and clean area to prevent any damage or dust accumulation.