The vacuum cleaner is a remarkable invention. Using the power of electricity to create the suction that cleans your floor (among other things) changed the way we wash our home.
You have them in various sizes, for different purposes, and with different forms, to store the dirt you collect. Today, you can have a cordless vacuum cleaner that can even be automatic.
They were, in the golden age of advertisement, one of the staple products of an American house and, by extent, one of the indispensable commodities of the American dream.
The vacuum cleaner was, however, years before. The year was 1860, and the genius behind it was Daniel Hess. Since that day, this tool has evolved a lot — and it became a lot more expensive. If you want to save yours from a short and painful life, here are the surprising things you should avoid doing to your vacuum cleaner.