Cleaning an Evaporating Cooling System | Great Tips For Improving Efficiency Of Evaporative Coolers

Are you wondering about cleaning an evaporating cooling system? Cleaning and maintaining your portable evaporative cooler is an essential routine that you need to engage actively in. Many benefits of this routine can help you economically and financially, but to enjoy these benefits, consider these methods to enjoy them. You cannot clean your cooler every day, so it would be best if you did it once or twice every week, and your portable evaporative cooler will last longer than you can imagine. 

Steps to Be Taken When Cleaning an Evaporating Cooling System


Before you start cleaning your evaporative cooler, you need to make sure that it is unplugged from any electrical switch because water and electricity don't go together. Make sure it is turned off to avoid getting shocked and make sure you do this with an adult's supervision if you are under aged to prevent accidents. Still, I would recommend that an adult do this instead. Remove panels so that you can clean them separately and thoroughly. You will also have to check if any damages have affected the board and see if it needs repair. Clean the panels with a damp rag because not all panels are water-resistant and may end up rusting. 


Remove the filters to give you better access while cleaning, and you also need to check if it is broken or damaged because a broken filter won't prevent dirt from entering your cooler's system. If your filter is broken, the best alternative is to replace it. Wash the filter to get rid of the dirt that may have been clogged up there because it prevents air from passing through freely, rinse the filter in clean water, and allow it to dry.


After that, you have to remove your cooling pads and check to see if they are also in excellent condition. You cannot always replace your cooling pads every time you clean your cooler, so to cut off expenses, all you have to do is always clean them, but if they are worn out, replace them. 

To clean your pads, all you have to do is use detergent to clean them, but if you notice caked dirt on them, then set them on the floor and use a hose to remove them, you use a hose because if the force that comes out with the water. Then allow your cooling pads to air dry.


While cleaning the cooler, don't use a detergent that is too strong because some cleansers contain harsh chemicals that can harm your cooler. For example, it can peel off the paint of your cooler, or it can bleach a particular area that it has been applied. 


Thoroughly clean the exterior area of your cooler because there can be dirt lingering on it, use a damp rag or cloth while cleaning, but if you notice a stain that isn't coming off I would suggest that you use a sponge and a detergent so that it can quickly come off.


When you want to clean the tank of your cooler, I suggest that you turn off the water supply if it is connected to any, then open the drain plug so that the water can leak out. Then clean the drain plug because it can get slimy if the water has been in there for a very long time. 


After that, fill the tank with vinegar to get rid of any odor. Leave the vinegar in the tank for a couple of minutes before draining it out. When you are done doing this, use a brush to scrub out the tank's insides to remove any dirt or particles, then scrub out the water tank thoroughly, leaving no corner unturned. When you are through scrubbing with detergent, rinse it thoroughly until there is no lather left inside the tank, then take a cloth or rag and mop it, then leave it to dry. 


When cleaning your fan blades, make sure to use a damp rag or cloth to avoid making the blades rust due to excess water. Use water mixed with detergent while you are doing this to get rid of dirt. You are encouraged to clean your fan blades once a month because it contains the panel and the led display.

You should not also forget to clean the inside of the cooler. All you have to do is use a cloth to sweep through the cooler's interiors to get rid of some dirt and debris that may have accumulated over time and then brush the inside of the cooler with detergent and water; it may have become slimy over time. 

Cleaning an Evaporating Cooling System

Some bacteria may have inhabited there, while rinsing, make sure to get all the lather out and then mop with a cloth and leave to dry. You can also take deodorizing your cooler into consideration to get rid of musty smells that come from the cooler. All you have to do is take two or three drops of tree tea oil or essential oils and put in a spray bottle then spray all over the cooler to eliminate air cooler odors.

You should check the motor and fan of the cooler to see if any damages need replacements, and you can also use a few drops of lubricating oils on the engine and fan to lubricate them for easy and smooth running.

After cleaning all the cooler components, allow them to dry properly before refitting them. Before use, don't refit them when they are not adequately dry, especially the cooling pad. When your cooler is not in use, keep it off.

Cleaning an Evaporating Cooling System


Before cleaning your cooler, you have to make sure that it's an excellent weathered day. This is because if you clean your cooler on a rainy day, some parts of the cooler won't get dried properly, or it may even get drenched by the rain, or if you chose a day that is too sunny the color of some parts of your cooler may begin to fade. 

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