Carpet Cleaning Machines
With the creation of the carpet, the invention of the carpet cleaning machine wasn't far away. The very first handheld carpet cleaner was designed and tested in Chicago in 1860, while the first power operated vacuum cleaner was invented in the 1900s by Cecil Booth.
For many housewives, the vacuum cleaner was deemed a blessing, as it helped to keep the house clean in a fraction of the time. From the beginning, vacuum cleaners were only able to suck up dust and dirt, although with modern technology these days, inventors are able to design wet cleans that can steam carpets and kill germs at the same time.
Carpet is capable of covering the floor of a house, flat, or bungalow and keeping people's feet warm in the winter. Years ago, people needed to sweep their floors or carpets, but with the
invention of the vacuum cleaner, people could easily detract the dust and dirt from their
carpets with less effort. It was also determined that businesses, corporations, and apartments
would need someone to clean their carpets as well, so the invention of the commercial carpet
cleaner wasn't far away.
Vacuum cleaners operate by using a pump system. The pumping system will suck up the air from a hose, which will in turn suck up the dirt and dust from anything that stands in front of the house opening. On the inside, the vacuum cleaner is a filtering system that will collect the dust and dirt that can later be placed outside in the garbage.
- Chris Cassady