Finding a home that doesn't use a vacuum cleaner is an arduous task today. But, do you know how it reached its present shape? Stick with us to explore the history of the vacuum cleaner.
If you don't know what a vacuum cleaner is? It's nothing but a suction-producing machine that collects dust and dirt from every corner of our house, upholstery, draperies, and other areas. It accumulates all the dust and debris in a dust collector bag or a cyclone for later disposal.
Evolving time, it becomes part and parcel of our everyday lives. There is no alternative to using a vacuum cleaner to keep our home and office places neat and clean. Such household devices are now becoming the most critical part of our busy life.
You may see a lot of different types of modern vacuum cleaner on the market like upright, canister, handheld, central, robotic, and more. But all of these are ride a long journey started from the 19th century to come in their present shape.
Yes! Mr. Daniel Hess invented the first vacuum cleaner in 1860 and it was a manual vacuum cleaner, called “Carpet Sweeper”. This vacuum cleaner gathered dust with a spinning brush and it had suction generating bellows.
After then, humankind did not have to look back to clean their home easily. To discover the rest of the history, please follow our INFOGRAPHIC below.