Category Archives for "Vacuums"

When Was The Vacuum Cleaner Invented?

  The vacuum cleaner is an apparatus that creates a partial vacuum and is used to suck up dust and dirt. It uses an air pump to create a vacuum, and it is used to clean floors, but it can also clean other surfaces. What a vacuum cleaner sucks into itself is collected into a […]

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Where To Store Vacuum Cleaners?

The vacuum cleaner is one of those home appliances. You know the type: absolutely necessary, totally unattractive, and awkward to store. Vacuum storage can be a toughie due to its shape and size – do you keep it in the broom closet? In the laundry room? Where can you put it so as not to cause a […]

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How Vacuum Cleaner Works

When you sip soda through a straw, you are utilizing the simplest of all suction mechanisms. Sucking the soda up causes a pressure drop between the bottom of the straw and the top of the straw. With greater fluid pressure at the bottom than the top, the soda is pushed up to your mouth. This […]

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What Vacuum Cleaner Is Best For Pet Hair?

If you have a dog or cat who sheds a lot, you know the feeling — you vacuum, clean, and vacuum some more, only to find more hair on your carpets, sofas, and everywhere else. As much as you vacuum and sanitize, your house never feels completely clean. That damn hair… it’s everywhere. If you […]

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Can Vacuum Cleaner Be Used On Tiles?

Besides their phenomenal beauty and versatility, porcelain tile floors have the advantage of being very low-maintenance. Ceramics are made of natural particles that are shaped and fired in a kiln at very high temperatures.This process creates a durability and resiliency that is unmatched by most other flooring surfaces. When glazed, they also have a protective […]

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