Can you imagine someone gathering dust with a special manual carpet sweeper equipped with rotating brush and a bellows? Yet back in 1860 that was the most state-of-the-art invention for cleaning a carpet. The bulky device called “Whirlwind”, which followed in 1868, was even commercially marketed. It is hardly possible that those machines were of great help at home, given that they had a fan cranked by hand.
In 1898 a gasoline powered “pneumatic carpet renovator” was patented, and in 1901 the motorized vacuum cleaner driven by an internal combustion engine was invented. The pioneer in the U.S. was David Kenney from New Jersey, who gave a start to the vacuum cleaner industry somewhere in 1903.
Nowadays almost every large electrical appliance manufacturer has a range of vacuum cleaners, Black + Decker, Dirt Devil, BISSELL, Black+Decker, Hoover, ArmorAll, iRobot, Bissell, and Shark being among the most popular.
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