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06/22/2008

wet dirt can't fly

One of Tom's nephews is training to become a vacuum cleaner salesperson. He needs *victims*, so we let him do his show in our family room today. 305ff8fc11769d84377c14261ae1f038.jpgWe got to see what I believe to be the world's best idea for removing the roughly 40 pounds of dust, dirt, people's skin, dog's hair, dust mite waste and other stuff your home accumulates every year.

The underlying principle is relatively simple: instead of sucking air (and the dirt in it) thru some kind of dry filter, hoping to trap dust particles inside a bag or box, this machine creates the air-freshening effect of *heavy rainfall*. 99.997% of all pollutants are just washed out of your air and end up in the two quarts of water inside the bottom of this vacuum cleaner. 

The *power nozzle* vibrates your floor while you sweep the carpet, thus lifting dirt, dust and sand upwards to be sucked thru the water reservoir. When you empty the tank after sweeping, the water looks worse than the Maumee River - grimy mud came out after just a brief demonstration in our family room.

Now, if this thing is so awesome, why didn't we buy one right there? Well, there's a catch - when you buy from a representative, it costs roughly 2,000 $. But I'm sure, it's available cheaper somewhere ;-))

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