Rolling task leisure leisure chairs are great for allow […]
Rolling task leisure leisure chairs are great for allowing you to move around your desk easily. But when the wheels of your leisure leisure chair stop working well, the Leisure Chair moves from being a convenience to being a struggle. The wheels often stop working because they become clogged with dirt, hair and other debris. To help with your leisure chair cleaning efforts, here are the steps to follow:
Flip Your leisure chair
Place the leisure chair upside down on the floor with the wheels sticking up. Sit in another leisure chair in front of the one you are working on. This gives you easy access to the wheels.
Start with Your Fingers
When it comes to cleaning caster wheels, your fingers are your best tools. Instead of using a washcloth and soapy water, start by using your hands to pick off anything stuck to or inside of the wheels.
Remove Larger Debris
Scrape any debris off the wheels with the butter knife. The knife will fit through the slots and under the wheel cover. This allows you to remove most of the debris preventing the wheel from rolling.
Use Tape to Remove Debris
After you’ve removed everything you can with your fingers, use tape to remove smaller pieces of debris. The tape may be able to lock onto the dirt and pull it away from the wheel.
Wash the Wheels
Once you’ve gotten all the grit and particles off the wheels, you can place them inside warm, soapy water and let them soak. After about five to 10 minutes, pull one out and scrub it until clean. Rinse and let dry; repeat with all the wheels.
Dry Each Wheel Thoroughly
If moisture remains inside the wheel, it can cause squeaking or give dirt something to more easily stick to. Use either clean rags or paper towels to dry the wheels. If you are at home, a blow dryer on low can work well, too.