If you have broken the plug on your vacuum's electrical cord, then you will be happy to learn that you can easily, and inexpensively, fix your own vacuume in about ten minutes.
For this project you will need:
one replacement plug Philip's style screwdriver wire cutter/stripper tool Your vacuum's plug can be purchased at any local hardware store. Before leaving to shop, make sure you check the existing plug to see if it has 2 prongs or 3 prongs, so that you purchase the right replacement.
Like other items in your home, your draperies collect dust and debris, and much of this debris comes from ceilings fans and heater vents that send these particles free-floating through your home. Debris also settles on curtains due to normal vacuuming and dusting of your home.
Your drapes acts as a barrier, too. When your windows are open they absorb dirt and moisture form the outdoors. All this can make our draperies look, and sometimes smell, bad.