A vacuum cleaner is an electronic device that is used to clean dust and dirt from homes, offices and public areas. It does this by creating a partial vacuum to suck up dirt from flat surfaces like floors; and from other surfaces also optionally.
Vacuum cleaners come in various sizes and shapes for home use as well as for industry and heavy duty purposes – these range from small hand-held battery operated devices to huge industrial appliances for heavy volume cleaning. For cleaning large open areas of land tracts etc. there are self-propelled vacuum trucks that scoop up huge mounds of soil etc. You can also ‘top-quality blower vaccum’ (also known ‘ที่มีคุณภาพสูงสุด โบลเวอร์ดูดฝุ่น’ in Thai language) online through many websites.
A vacuum cleaner is fitted with several movable and removable parts and accessories to handle various cleaning jobs, an assortment of pipes of various lengths, suction cups, dirt collection bags, different sized brushes with soft and hard bristles, nozzles, blowers etc. make up a vacuum cleaner.
Vacuuming floors and surfaces is also about efficiency and energy saving. Hence, there are basic rules about vacuuming that are to be borne in mind before starting a cleaning up job.
In a household that collects a lot of dust and dirt, vacuuming should be the last task. This means that all the dusting, cleaning, making the beds etc. should be completed as this allows all the dirt to settle on the floor.